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Johnny Hawke (Norman John Hawke) was born on 7 May, 1925 in Queanbeyan, New South Wales, Australia, is a footballer. Discover Johnny Hawke’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 67 years old?

Popular As Norman John Hawke
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Age 67 years old
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Born 7 May 1925
Birthday 7 May
Birthplace Queanbeyan, New South Wales, Australia
Date of death (1992-01-10)
Died Place N/A
Nationality Australia

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Norman John “Johnny” Hawke (1925 – 10 January 1992) was an Australian rugby league footballer who played in the 1940s, and 1950s. An Australian international and New South Wales interstate representative back, he played club football in the ACT as well as in Sydney for St. George Dragons, whom he captained and won a premiership with in 1949.

Hawke died of Parkinson’s disease on 10 January 1992 at the age of 66. He was married to Joan for 46 years. After his death, he was inducted into the Australian Capital Territory Sports Hall of Fame.


Hawke left St. George to take a captain-coach role at Kyogle, New South Wales and the team won the premiership in his first year as coach. He left Kyogle to coach at Woy Woy. Hawke returned to Canberra in 1956.


Hawke captained-coached St. George in the premiership seasons of 1951 and 1952, and in 1951 made his final test appearance against France. In 1952, he suffered a slipped disc that led to him being in plaster from neck to thighs. Injury led to his career at St. George being curtailed at the end of the 1952 NSWRFL season.


In 1950, he was in the running for the Ashes series captaincy but injured his knee in the visiting Great Britain national rugby league team’s tour match against New South Wales at the SCG which drew a record crowd of over 70,419 and made no further rep appearances that year. He made a career total of six state representative appearances for New South Wales and captained the side.


Upon the tour’s return, he signed with the St. George Dragons for the 1949 NSWRFL season and was appointed captain at the age of 24. In the 1949 semi-final against South Sydney, he suffered a broken upper jaw and cracked teeth after a heavy tackle by Jack Rayner. He remained on the field and set up the winning try to winger Ron Roberts. Three weeks later, he led the Saints to premiership victory and played a leading role in the 19-12 Grand final win over South Sydney. Mid-season 1949, he had made the Kangaroo tour to New Zealand and another Test appearance.


In 1940 at the age of 15, Hawke played first grade for the Queanbeyan Blues rugby league team and Queanbeyan Tigers Australian football team. After leaving school, he started work at Commonwealth Government Printing Office. He transferred to the Eastlake Football Club as many of the Printing Office staff played for that club. He won Eastlake’s best and fairest award in 1945 and in 1946 he captained the team. Eastlake lost the 1946 Grand Final after being undefeated during the year. Hawke played for the Queanbeyan Blues in 1946 but transferred to play in Canberra in 1947. In 1948, he received several inducements to leave but remained playing in the local competition for 6 pounds per week. During 1948, Hawke was selected for Monaro, Country and New South Wales. He used up all his leave entitlements from the Printing Office and as a result did not have any leave left to play in the final selection game, New South Wales versus Queensland in Brisbane. Even though his leave application was rejected, he went and played in the game but the consequence was that the Printing Office dismissed him on his return to work. Hawke was selected for the 1948-49 Kangaroo tour and left Canberra in August 1948 with a gift of just over 10 pounds from the Canberra Rugby League. He played four Tests against Great Britain and France. During the tour, as five-eighth and centre, he scored 11 tries and played 23 out of the 37 games.


Hawke was born in Queanbeyan, New South Wales in 1925. At an early age, he displayed enormous sporting talent. Like many young sportsmen of the time, he played Australian rules football on Saturday and rugby league on Sunday.