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Name  Michael Beattie

Role  Actor
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Spouse  Tracy Renee Beattie (m. 1992–2008)
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Michael Beattie (born 1 July 1960) is an Australian professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1980s, and 1990s, playing at club level and captaining the St. George Dragons, and Castleford.

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County Cup Final appearances

Michael Beattie played left-centre, i.e. number 4, in Castleford's 12-12 draw with Bradford Northern in the 1987 Yorkshire County Cup Final during the 1987–88 season at Headingley Rugby Stadium, Leeds, on Saturday 17 October 1987, played left-centre, i.e. number 4, in the 2-11 defeat by Bradford Northern in the 1987 Yorkshire County Cup Final replay during the 1987–88 season at Elland Road, Leeds, on Saturday 31 October 1987.

St. George career

Michael Beattie initially played for St. George Dragons juniors, but began his senior career playing Five-eighth/Stand-off for Western Suburbs Red Devils. In 1980, he debuted with the St. George Dragons, where he formed a Centre partnership with Brian Johnston during the 1980s, coached by Roy Masters, he played left-centre, i.e. number 4, in the 6-7 defeat by Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs in the Grand final during the 1985 NSWRL season, he signed for Castleford from St. George Dragons on 1 June 1987, back at St. George Dragons, he was named 'Captain Of The Year' in the 1992 Dally M Awards, coached by Brian Smith and was captain in the 8-28 defeat by Brisbane Broncos in the Grand final during the 1992 NSWRL season, after which he retired from playing.

He then worked for the radio station 2UE, and later became an assistant-coach to Wayne Pearce at Balmain Tigers for a short period.

With 211-appearances, he is currently fifth on St. George Dragons' "Most Career Appearances" list behind; Norm Provan (256), Billy Smith (234), Craig Young (234), and Graeme Langlands (227).

Michael Beattie was awarded Life Membership of the St. George Dragons in 1990.

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