|Name Ryan Millard|
Height 1.79 m
|Weight 85 kg|
Skrilla bobcat and ryan millard performing panties and thongs tipsy acoustic
Ryan Millard (born 13 March 1987 in Hurstville, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia) is a Fijian rugby league player for the Wests Magpies in the New South Wales Cup. He plays as a five-eighth or full-back, and can also play as a centre or on the wing. He is a Fijian international.
- Skrilla bobcat and ryan millard performing panties and thongs tipsy acoustic
- Ryan millard sings the 4th st resonator blues
Ryan millard sings the 4th st resonator blues
His elder brother Daryl Millard plays for South Sydney Rabbitohs in the Australian National Rugby League and is also a Fijian international. Their father, Shane Millard, is the assistant coach of the Australian Fijian team. Shane is a former reserve-grade coach for the St George Dragons and also coached the USA Tomahawks. There is no relation between the family and journeyman Australian-born former USA international hooker and second-row forward Shane Millard, although this is sometimes reported as the case.
Ryan Millard played junior rugby league for Renown United and previously played in the youth teams at the St. George Illawarra Dragons, playing in the Jersey Flegg and SG Ball sides for the Dragons. He failed to make first grade with St. George Illawarra and moved with his brother to the Bulldogs for the 2007 season. He played in the New South Wales Cup for the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs in 2008 and for the Newtown Jets in 2009. For the 2010 season he moved to the Shellharbour City Dragons, the New South Wales Cup team that act as a feeder club to the NRL club St. George Illawarra Dragons.
Millard played for Fiji against the Junior Kangaroos in a narrow 15–14 loss in 2007. He was not selected in either the wider training squad nor the final 25-man Fiji squad for the 2008 Rugby League World Cup. He made his full international debut for Fiji in the 2009 Pacific Cup. Millard has also represented the Australian Fijian team and was named Australian Fijian Fiji Bati Player of the Year for 2009. Millard is eligible to play for Fiji as he has a Fijian mother.
He was a late call-up to Fiji's 2013 Rugby League World Cup squad after John Sutton was ruled out before the tournament.
Following the 2013 Rugby League World Cup Millard followed in the footsteps of other Fijians and was signed by Hornets CEO Ryan Bradley for Rochdale Hornets
On May 2, 2015, Ryan played for Fiji in the Melanesian Cup test-match.