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As a sportsman, Hughes found most success in rugby league, playing for the
Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs as well as representing his state at the age
of 19. He was a key member of the Bulldogs "Entertainers" era playing
second-row in the Grand Final loss against St George and starred the
following year in Canterbury's 18-4 victory against Easts in 1980. Hughes
retired in 1982 after a series of injuries to focus on his media career.
Gavin Robertson is a former Australian cricketer who played in four Tests
and thirteen One Day Internationals from 1994 to 1998 after a first-class
cricket career that saw him depart New South Wales for Tasmania and then
return to New South Wales.
Gavin is also a member of the band Six & Out with Australian fast bowler
Brett Lee, in which he plays drums and supplies backing vocals.
Brett Papworth played first grade rugby league for the Eastern Suburbs
Roosters in the New South Wales Rugby League competition. He had formerly
been an Australian rugby union international. His position of choice was
usually at centre.
Papworth commenced his rugby career with rugby union side Eastwood in the
New South Wales competition and proceeded to make a total of fifteen test
appearances for the Australian Wallabies side between 1985 and 1987 prior to
switching to rugby league the following year.
Papworth elected to sign for the Eastern Suburbs side at the commencement of
the 1988 season but his progress was hampered with a series of injuries.
Over the next five years in rugby league Papworth's considerable talents
were rarely on show; successive breaks to his jaw, shoulders and knees
limited his game time to but five appearances. At the conclusion of the 1991
season Papworth announced his decision to retire.