Col Rasmussen

Career Stats & Summary

Vital Statistics

Full Name
Colin Edward Rasmussen
Born
Tuesday, 7th January, 1947
Died
Thursday, 13th March, 1997 (Aged 50 years and 65 days)
Place Of Birth
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Biography

Cronulla junior was graded by St George in 1966. Tall for a hooker, Rasmussen spent 1968-69 completing his National Service but returned to the club to play in the 16-10 grand final loss to Souths in 1971.

- ALAN WHITICKER

Career Statistics

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Competitions

Competition   App T G   FG Pts W L D Win %  
NRL Finals 8 - -   - - 3 4 1 37.50% List
NRL 24 3 -   - 9 10 13 1 41.67% List


Club Career

Australian League Matches - By Year

Team Years App T G   GK % FG Pts W L D Win %  
St George NSWRFL 1967 ? - -   - -  
St George NSWRFL 1969 ? - -   - -  
St George NSWRFL 1970 ? 3 -   - 9  
St George NSWRFL 1971 ? - -   - -  
St George NSWRFL 1972 ? - -   - -  
St George NSWRFL 1973 ? - -   - -  
St George NSWRFL 1974 16 - -   - - 7 9 0 43.75% List
Overall 1967-1974 ? 3 0   0 9 ? ? ? ?  

Australian League Matches - By Team

Team Years App T G   GK % FG Pts W L D Win %  
St George 1967, 1969-74 ? - -   - - ? ? ? ?  
St George 1974 16 - -   - - 7 9 0 43.75% List
Overall 1967-1974 ? 3 0   0 9 ? ? ? ?  

All Australian Club Matches - By Team

Team Years App T G   GK % FG Pts W L D Win %  
St George 1967, 1969-74 ? - -   - - ? ? ? ?  
St George 1974 23 - -   - - 10 12 1 43.48% List
Overall 1967-1974 ? 3 0   0 9 ? ? ? ?  

Your Say

Noel Hazzard says: Col Rasmussen, I consider to be one of the best mates I ever had...I loved him, his wife Jill and son Brett.
I had some of the best years with Col and his family.
RIP Col (23/12/2017)

Charles Back says: I was at Como West primary school in 1957 when I first met Colin. We played in the local soccer team then were both selected in the Sutherland Shire Representative soccer team. I remember staying at his place in Como the night before our first game the next day and the excitement kept us awake late into the night. Colin took up rugby not long after that and the rest is history. He lived next door to his cousins Pam and her sister Dianne who I was madly in love with at age 12. Always remembered Colin. Regards, Charlie Back 2021. (25/07/2021)

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