World News – UA – Former Wallabies player dies in Gold Coast beach tragedy


A man who drowned at Currumbin Beach on the Gold Coast has been identified as former Wallabies and Queensland Reds player Mick Barry

According to the Courier Mail, Dr Barry was taken from the water on Friday morning but could not be resuscitated

Former Wallabies and Reds half-back Mick Barry died after being pulled out of the water at Currumbin https: // tco / pU3iJ38yir

Dr Barry was a prominent member of the community and a member of the local swim surf group

The former half-back made his Queensland debut in 1966 and represented Australia in a test match against South Africa in 1971

« Very sad news that Mick Barry, who played for Australia against the Boks in 1971, drowned this morning on the Gold Coast, » Smith wrote on Twitter

« I would have played a lot more times for Australia if it hadn’t been for a certain John Hipwell

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World news – UA – Former Wallabies player dies in Gold Coast beach tragedy


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