Terry Pannowitz

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Career Stats & Summary

Career Statistics

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Representative

Australia - By Team

Team Years App T G   GK % FG Pts W L D Win %  
NSW Firsts 1965 1 - -   - - 1 0 0 100.00% Match list
NSW Country Firsts 1966-71 7 1 -   1 5 1 6 0 14.29% Match list
Overall 1965-1971 8 1 0   1 5 2 6 0 25.00% Match list

Your Say

Old Maitland boy says: Pound for pound the best lock forward in RL in the 1960's - even better than Johnny Raper! (24/05/2011)

Another Old Maitland Boy says: Absolutely better than Johnny Raper - every time they played against each other in City v Country Panno came out on top - one of the nest!! (05/05/2012)

The Great Pumpkin says: Without a doubt Terry Pannowitz was the most courageous player in rugby League throughout his career which lasted from 1960 to 1976 all played for Maitland. Weighing just over 11 stone (69 kg) he was a terrier in defence, a brilliant scheming organiser in attack and the most inspirational of leaders. He was made a Life Member of both his club Maitland and the Newcastle Rugby League while still playing. He played for Australia in 1965, Frequently for NSW and Combined Country versus City on twelve occasions. Easily the most admired product in the history of Country Rugby League. (11/01/2015)

Anonymous says: TERRYS YOUNGER BROTHER MICK IS HIGHLY REGARDED AS A LEGEND IN THE CENTRAL WESTERN AREA OF QLD. MICK WAS CAPTAIN COACH OF WINTON IN 77, AND LED THEM TO BE UNDEFEATED A GRADE PREMIERS IN THAT YEAR. IT IS OFTEN SAID IN LOCAL RUGBY LEAGUE CIRCLES THAT MICK WAS THE BEST PLAYER THAT COMP HAS EVER SEEN. SOME PREVIOUS PLAYERS INCLUDE RAY HIGGS, MAT SING, LEE HUTCHENS , BOBBY MUIR, ROBERT ORCHARD, CHIPS HARRINGTON AND THE LIST GOES ON. . WITH OUT QUESTION, A TRUE CHAMPION RUGBY LEAGUE PLAYER OF THE 70,S LIKE HIS OLDER BROTHER TERRY. (03/03/2015)

Anonymous says: I played against Johnny raper ( when he capt/ coched Kurri ) and terry pannowitz at maitland and pound for pound, pannowitz was every bit as good as the " immortal " but somewhat lighter, raper consequentially got the nod at test level due to this and because he was continually under the selectors noses. It also helps when you had other great players around you. Raper was a great player, but pannowitz was every bit as good (25/10/2015)

Anonymous says: Pannowitz pound for pound was every bit as good as Raper. I know because I played against both in the Newcastle comp, Raper captain coached Kurri and pannowitz captain coached maitland. Both were fitness fanatics and great cover defenders. They often clashed in city / country games where Raper got selectors nod because he was slightly bigger and selectors saw a lot more of him in the Sydney comp. From a north blue bag (17/07/2016)

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