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Bradley Clyde

Year inducted: 2017

True Blue number: 811

Origin number: 87

Born: January 27, 1970, Culcairn, NSW

Clubs: Canberra Raiders, Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs

Position: Lock/Second Row

Premiership career: (1988-2000) 214 games, 46 tries, 184 points (Canberra 1988-98, 178g, 38t, 152p; Canterbury-Bankstown 1999-2000, 36g, 8t, 32p)

First Grade debut: Canberra Raiders vs Western Suburbs Magpies at Orana Park, Campbelltown on 1 May, 1988

Representative honours: Australia 19 Tests (1989-94); NSW 12 State of Origins (1989-94)

Other honours: NRL Hall of Fame 2008

A worthy successor to the heritage of the great lock forwards such as Raper and Coote, Bradley Clyde was a cornerstone of successful teams for club, state and country. Clyde’s mobility, skill and toughness made him the prototype of the 21st century forward and helped lead the Canberra Raiders to an era of unprecedented success.