Stuart MacDougall AM
A hard-working and talented prop, Stuart represented his district, state and country in rugby union. He played for the ACT Rugby Union representative team from 1970 to 1975.
Stuart captained both the ACT and Western Districts rugby teams, and was widely involved in all aspects of ACT Rugby Union during his time in Canberra.
He played with a strong set of values and thus earned a great deal of respect from players, officials and administrators alike. In a period of rugby renowned for it’s tough physical play and power at the front of the scrum, Stuart’s abilities were unmatched.
Stuart continues to be highly regarded by all those involved with rugby because of his loyalty to the game and his fellow players.
Born: 1 June 1947