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Doug McLean
Australia
Full name Alexander Douglas McLean
Born July 24, 1911, Roma, QLD
Died circa 1961
Major teams Australia
Position Wing
Relations Father - DJ McLean, Brother - WM McLean, Nephew - JJ McLean, Nephew - PE McLean, Nephew - PW McLean

Test career
Span Mat Start Sub Pts Tries Conv Pens Drop GfM Won Lost Draw %
All Tests 1933-1936 10 10 0 12 4 0 0 0 0 4 5 1 45.00
Bledisloe Cup 1934-1936 4 4 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 37.50

Career statistics
Test debut South Africa v Australia at Cape Town, Jul 8, 1933 match details
Last Test New Zealand Maori v Australia at Palmerston North, Sep 23, 1936 match details
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Alexander Douglas McLean was a former dual code international who represented the Wallabies 10 times between 1933-36 and also the Kangaroos on two occasions in 1937.

He was Australia's only dual-code international of the 1930s and of the 33 year period between 1919 and 1952.

He is part of the famous McLean clan that includes his father Doug Snr - who also represented Australia in both rugby codes - and brother Bill who captained the Wallabies in the wake of World War II and whose son Peter also played for his country. Another brother Jack toured with the Wallabies in 1946 but did not earn a Test cap. A fourth son Bob had two sons - Jeff and Paul - who also represented the Wallabies.


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