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Corban McGregor

Corban first played Rugby League for the Helensburgh in 2015, before debuting for the Harvey Norman Jillaroos in the 2016 Auckland Nines.

She has been part of the Jillaroos team ever since, including part of the 2017 World Cup winning team.

When she's not playing Rugby League, she is a mum to son Carter, a sprint coach and a NRL Assistant Development Officer.

Corban played centre for NSW in the inaugral Women's Holden State of Origin where in the sixth minute was taken from the field with a shoulder dislocation. Despite her season-ending injury, Corban has stayed signed on with the Roosters for the 2018 Women's Premiership and hopes to make full recovery soon.

Club - Cronulla Caringbah (NSW)
Position - Centre/Fullback
Representative Landmarks - New South Wales 2015 - current, Australian Jillaroos 2016 - current

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