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Stan Pilecki

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Name  Stan Pilecki

Role  Rugby player
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Education  Marist Brothers College Rosalie

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Stan Pilecki (born 4 February 1947 in a refugee camp in Augustdorf, Germany) is a former Australian Rugby Union player with Polish roots. His family emigrated to Australia in 1950. He is also an Old Boy of Marist College Rosalie in Brisbane.

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Pilecki was the first player to play 100 matches for Queensland Reds, playing 122 matches in total. Pilecki also played 18 tests, and was the first player of Polish descent to play for Australia.

The Pilecki Medal is an award given to the Queensland Reds player of the year each season.

References

Stan Pilecki Wikipedia


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