Jack 'Duck' Walsh

Coaching Career

Vital Statistics

Full Name
Jack Patrick Walsh
Nickname(s)
Duck
Born
1918

Honours & Awards

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Interstate Series
1947
NSWRFL Premiership (NRL)
1948

Biography

Versatile forward with Souths and Wests played every first grade position other than halfback, fullback and hooker. 'Duck' Walsh coached Wests in 1946 before captaining the Magpies to a narrow win in the 1948 grand final against Balmain. The uncle of Australian Test forward Bernie Purcell Walsh went to Cootamundra the following year before returning to Wests in 1950. He later coached the club in 1956-57 after his retirement.
- ALAN WHITICKER

Coaching Career Statistics

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Competitions

Competition     Games W L D Win %  
Country Carnival - 2 1 1 0 50.00% List
NSWRFL Premiership (NRL) 1 54 27 25 2 50.00% List
NSWRFL Finals - 2 0 2 0 0.00% List


Club Career

NSWRFL Premiership (NRL) - By Year

Team Season   Games W L D Win %  
Western Suburbs NSWRFL 1946   14 4 9 1 28.57% List
Western Suburbs NSWRFL 1956   20 12 8 0 60.00% List
Western Suburbs NSWRFL 1957   19 10 8 1 52.63% List
Western Suburbs NSWRFL 1969   1 1 0 0 100.00% List

NSWRFL Premiership (NRL) - By Team

Team Years   Games W L D Win %  
Western Suburbs 1946, 1956-57, 1969   54 27 25 2 50.00% List

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Contributions: Rugby League Tables, Greg Fiveash, Alan Katzmann, Shawn Dollin, Andrew Ferguson, Paul Carter, Max Turner, AJ Lucantonio

Sources: 2006 Official Rugby League Annual