NRL mourns sudden death of Paul Green


The NRL community is in shock after premiership-winning coach Paul Green died at the age of 49.

Green played 162 first grade matches between 1994-2004, winning the prestigious Rothmans Medal in 1995 as the game’s best and fairest. He played State of Origin for Queensland and represented Super League’s Australian team in 1997.

Turning to coaching after his retirement, he was in charge of North Queensland from 2014-2020, leading the club to its first ever premiership in 2015.

Green coached Queensland in last year’s State of Origin series.

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