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Sharks, Blues and Kangaroos legend Andrew Ettingshausen.

On this day, Andrew Ettingshausen calls time on a glittering rep career with NSW and Australia, 'GI' is handed the reins at Souths and Ben Hunt inks a massive deal with the Dragons.

1989

Roosters enforcer Jared Waerea-Hargreaves was born. The three-time premiership winning prop began his NRL career at Manly in 2009 but moved to the Roosters the following season and has chalked up 213 games for the Tricolours. He has also played 32 Tests for the Kiwis.

1994   

Rugby League and Rugby Union are on a collision course after news that Rugby Union’s World Cup could be transferred from South Africa to Britain in 1995, in direct opposition to league’s centenary World Cup.

1998 

ARL chief executive Neil Whittaker is appointed chief executive of the National Rugby League.

1999   

Cronulla captain Andrew Ettingshausen announces his decision to retire from representative football to concentrate on his commitments with the Sharks. 'ET' had enjoyed a glittering rep career which included 25 Tests for the Kangaroos and 27 Origins for NSW.

2002   

Bulldogs star Braith Anasta re-signs with the club until the end of the 2005 season.

Braith Anasta played 110 games for the Bulldogs between 2000-05.
Braith Anasta played 110 games for the Bulldogs between 2000-05.

2002   

Newcastle halfback Andrew Johns reveals his desire to captain the NSW State of Origin team in 2002.

2004   

Parramatta second-rower Nathan Hindmarsh is ruled out of the World Sevens after an appeal to NRL judiciary chairman Greg Woods against a suspension is rejected.

2006   

Melbourne rookie Greg Inglis is named in a 44-man Australian squad to assemble under new national coach Ricky Stuart. Other newcomers to the squad include Ryan Cross, Ashley Harrison, Ben Hornby, Brent Kite, Clint Newton, Ben Ross, Ashton Sims, Billy Slater, Cameron Smith, Tim Smith, John Sutton, Johnathan Thurston, Anthony Tupou, Carl Webb, Rhys Wesser and Dean Young.

2009   

Former Test stars Allan Langer and Jason Hetherington are named on Mal Meninga’s support staff for Queensland’s 2009 State of Origin campaign.

Maroons legend Allan Langer in camp with Greg Inglis in 2016.
Maroons legend Allan Langer in camp with Greg Inglis in 2016.

2015   

South Sydney coach Michael Maguire appoints Greg Inglis as captain for 2015, replacing John Sutton, who becomes the first premiership-winning skipper to be deposed before the start of the next season.

2017   

Brisbane halfback Ben Hunt accepts a five-year deal with St George Illawarra from 2018, worth around $6 million, making him one of the highest-paid players in the game.

2018   

Legendary St George and Australian fullback Graeme ‘Changa’ Langlands dies at a Sutherland nursing home from advanced Alzheimer’s disease. One of the game’s Immortals, Langlands was 76.

 

This article contains information from the official records of NRL historian David Middleton.