Artie Shead is a New Zealand born former French international rugby league player who played for the Pia Donkeys and Villeneuve Leopards in the Elite One Championship. His position is at prop or centre. He was named in the France national rugby league team on the 2001 tour of New Zealand and Papua New Guinea and for the 2009 Four Nations after qualifying through residency, being born in New Zealand and spending over three years in France. Shead was a Northcote Tigers junior and represented Harbour League in 2006. He represented Taranaki and New Zealand Māori in 1998.

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  • Artie Shead is a New Zealand born former French international rugby league player who played for the Pia Donkeys and Villeneuve Leopards in the Elite One Championship. His position is at prop or centre. He was named in the France national rugby league team on the 2001 tour of New Zealand and Papua New Guinea and for the 2009 Four Nations after qualifying through residency, being born in New Zealand and spending over three years in France. Shead was a Northcote Tigers junior and represented Harbour League in 2006. He represented Taranaki and New Zealand Māori in 1998. He is the brother of Phillip Shead. (en)
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  • Artie Shead is a New Zealand born former French international rugby league player who played for the Pia Donkeys and Villeneuve Leopards in the Elite One Championship. His position is at prop or centre. He was named in the France national rugby league team on the 2001 tour of New Zealand and Papua New Guinea and for the 2009 Four Nations after qualifying through residency, being born in New Zealand and spending over three years in France. Shead was a Northcote Tigers junior and represented Harbour League in 2006. He represented Taranaki and New Zealand Māori in 1998. (en)
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