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Tony Quirk is an Australian former rugby league player of the 1970s.

Anthony 'Tony' Quirk played for the St George Dragons at fullback for three seasons between 1975-1977. Initially used to replace recently retired captain-coach Graeme Langlands during 1976, Quirk played out the season at fullback, but by 1977 had lost his place in the first grade team to Ted Goodwin. He was used as a reserve during the 1977 Grand Final draw, and is remembered for a field goal attempt that would have won the match. It hit the cross-bar and the game ended in a draw.

He saw out his career at North Sydney Bears for one season in 1978 before retiring.

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