Where are they now? Peter Mulholland
It’s the latest edition of The Continuous Call Team’s ‘Where are they now?’ segment with today’s guest Peter Mulholland.
He coached ARL premiership expansion club Western Reds in their first two seasons. The Western Reds would win their first ever match with a 28-16 victory over the St George Dragons in front of a sellout crowd at the WACA Ground.
Peter is one of the game’s great recruitment managers, currently holding that role with the Canberra Raiders.
A canny hooker during his playing days, Peter had a brief stint at Canterbury in 1973, as well as playing in the Group 6 Rugby League competition.
Over a period of 14 years from 1979–1993, Mulholland would establish St. Gregory’s Campbelltown as Australia’s pre-eminent Rugby League school, mentoring future NSWRL stars like Jason Taylor, Ivan Henjak and Michael Potter.
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