Norm Provan Death – Passed Away! Australian rugby association footballer, and rugby association footballer and mentor Mythical serpents legend Norm Provan (right) is seen here with individual association incredible Arthur Summons in 2008. Mythical serpents legend Norm Provan (right) is being recognized as one of the best second rowers in rugby association history. Pic: Getty
The Australian wearing local area is in grieving after news that rugby association ‘Undying Norm Provan has passed on at 89 years old.
One of the best second-rowers throughout the entire existence of the game, Provan won 10 premierships as a feature of the St George Dragons’ brilliant time somewhere in the range of 1956 and 1966.
His picture actually stays in the game today, as a feature of the NRL’s prize in the Gladiators picture close by Western Suburbs rival Arthur Summons. In the wake of appearing for the Dragons in 1951, he played 256 games for the club just as 19 counterparts for NSW and 14 Tests for Australia.
He was named in Australian rugby association’s group of the century in 2008 and was raised to ‘Eternal’ status in 2018. His demise comes following a terrible year for the game, following the passings of individual interminable Bob Fulton and association legend Tommy Raudonikis.
Information on Provan’s passing has prompted an overflowing of accolades via online media, as fans recall one of the goliaths of rugby association.