Bob Hagan

Coaching Career


Vital Statistics

Monday, 8th January, 1940
Current Age
83 years and 145 days
Place Of Birth
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia


Brisbane-born centre first represented Queensland in 1961 when playing for Townsville. Hagan made his Test debut against Great Britain in the First Test of the 1962 Ashes series but was dropped after Australia's 31-12 thrashing. The following year he returned to the international stage after representing Queensland against NSW, NZ and South Africa and made a second Test appearance as a winger in the First Test against NZ. He missed out on selection for the 1963-64 Kangaroos and had to be content with captaining Huddersfield during the off-season. Hagan shifted to C’bury in 1967, representing NSW and playing in the club's 1967 grand final team that lost to Souths. Hagan was selected as manager-coach of C’bury in 1971, the year after he retired as a player, and was later part of the consortium that launched G’Coast into the NSW premiership in 1988. He was the inaugural president of the G’Coast ‘Giants’ before the club was taken over by Seagulls Leagues Club. Hagan replaced Peter Moore as Chief Executive of the C’bury Club in 1997 and was appointed to both the NSWRL and ARL Board of Directors in 2001. In 2002 he voluntarily resigned from all senior positions with the League and the Bulldogs when the extent of the club’s salary cap rorting was exposed.


Coaching Career Statistics

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Competition   Games W L D Win %  
NRL 44 23 21 0 52.27% List

Club Career


Team Season Games W L D Win %  
Canterbury NSWRFL 1971 22 11 11 0 50.00% List
Canterbury NSWRFL 1972 22 12 10 0 54.55% List
Overall 1971-1972 44 23 21 0 52.27% List


Team Years Games W L D Win %  
Canterbury 1971-72 44 23 21 0 52.27% List

Your Say

E Curb Nottus says: Played for Australia two years before his brother (Michael) was born! (03/05/2012)

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