Rugby league player turned police prosecutor receives OAM
Former Parramatta Eels player turned police prosecutor, Neville Glover has been awarded an OAM in the general division.
Neville played for the Eels between 1975 to 1981 and was named in their team of the century in 2001.
He represented Australia and New South Wales before retiring and becoming a Senior Sergeant in the New South Wales Police Force.
In February 2017, after 29 years, Neville retired from the police.
He now devotes himself entirely to helping others through charities including, The Men of League, Ronald McDonald House, Cystic Fibrosis, Camp Quality and Make-A-Wish Australia.
Ray speaks with the great man about his Australia Day honour.
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