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Jeff McLean
Australia
Full name Jeffrey James McLean
Born January 26, 1947, Ipswich, Qld
Died August 6, 2010 (aged 63 years 192 days)
Major teams Presidents XV, Australia, Australia XV
Position Wing
Relations Grandfather - DJ McLean, Uncle - AD McLean, Uncle - WM McLean, Brother - PE McLean, Cousin - PW McLean

Test career
Span Mat Start Sub Pts Tries Conv Pens Drop GfM Won Lost Draw %
All Tests 1971-1974 13 13 0 31 2 1 7 0 0 2 10 1 19.23
Bledisloe Cup 1972-1974 4 4 0 19 2 1 3 0 0 0 4 0 0.00

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Test debut Australia v South Africa at Brisbane, Jul 31, 1971 match details
Last Test Australia v New Zealand at Sydney, May 25, 1974 match details
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Winger McLean played 13 times for the Wallabies between 1971-74 scoring two tries. His final international outing against the All Blacks in 1974 was also the international debut of his younger brother Paul.

He is part of the famous McLean clan that includes his grandfather Doug Snr and uncle Doug Jnr who represented Australia in both rugby codes. His uncle Bill captained the Wallabies in the wake of World War II and whose son Peter also played for his country. Another uncle Jack toured with the Wallabies in 1946 but did not earn a Test cap.

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Rest in peace (Dec 29, 2010) Former Wallabies wing McLean dies (Aug 6, 2010) First five-point try, England at Twickenham and the origins of a No.8 (Feb 1, 2009) Springboks beat Wales at start of new era (Sep 2, 1900)
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