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Perry Haddock Wikipedia
Perry Haddock (born 1959) was an Australian Rugby League player from the 1980s.
Originally from Erina, New South Wales, Perry Haddock was a halfback for three clubs during his eight-year career. He played three seasons with the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks between 1981 and 1983, then switched to the St. George Dragons for three seasons between 1984 and 1986. He starred for Dragons during this period, and he played in the 1985 Grand Final.
In 1987, Haddock switched clubs again, this time to the Illawarra Steelers and stayed for two seasons.
Perry Haddock was one of the shortest halfbacks in modern day rugby league, standing at 1.6 metres, but he is remembered as one of the great club halfbacks of his era.
Haddock coached the Dragons Jersey Flegg Cup team in the early 90s. It was during this time that he developed Oztag.