Dick Thornett, who represented Australia in three sports, has died aged 71. The youngest of three brothers in one of Australia’s greatest sporting families, Thornett was labelled a “truly inspirational sporting star” by Australian Rugby League chief executive Geoff Carr. He was one of only five Australians to have represented their country in three sports … [Read the full story]
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