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Clyde steps up his work with Family of League

True Blue Bradley Clyde has been named Deputy Chair of the game’s charitable arm, Family of League, to continue the work of looking after the broader community of Rugby League.

Clyde succeeds Allan Sullivan KC, who remains as a Family of League director.

A two-time Clive Churchill Medallist (1989, 1991), twice Dally M Lock of the Year (1989, 1990) and a member of both the NSWRL Hall of Fame (inducted 2017) and NRL Hall of Fame, Clyde had a distinguished playing career with the Canberra Raiders and Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs.

He also played 12 Origins for NSW, being part of the 1990, 1992 and 1994 series wins.

Clyde was just as impressive off the field.

Following retirement in 2001 he gained a degree in business administration (MBA) and built an impressive corporate career, currently with Blenheim Partners International Executive Search Firm as well as a member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

Family of League Chair, Helen Wood Grant, said Clyde had already brought this expertise to the charity as a director and would continue to inject that knowledge as Deputy Chair eeffective immediately.

“In his playing days he was described as a brilliant defender with a non-stop work rate in attack and that’s exactly the energy he brings to all matters the Board considers.  His contribution since he joined the Board, his deep connection to our great game and his high profile have brought so much,” Wood Grant said.

Clyde said he looked forward to continuing his connection with Family of League.

“It is the perfect alignment for me within the rugby league community and the need to assist financially, emotionally and socially the people who have made our game so great,” Clyde said.

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