Brett Mullins (born 21 January 1972) is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer of the 1990s, and early 2000s. A New South Wales State of Origin and Australian international representative back, he played his club football for Australian clubs the Canberra Raiders and Sydney Roosters, and for English club, the Leeds Rhinos. He was described as "one of the most exciting attacking weapons in rugby league." Brett's son Bradley Mullins has recently signed with the Sydney Roosters, and is currently in their Holden Cup squad.

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  • Brett Mullins (born 21 January 1972) is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer of the 1990s, and early 2000s. A New South Wales State of Origin and Australian international representative back, he played his club football for Australian clubs the Canberra Raiders and Sydney Roosters, and for English club, the Leeds Rhinos. He was described as "one of the most exciting attacking weapons in rugby league." Brett Mullins played in 209 first grade games during his 12-year career in Australia (183 for Canberra, 26 for the Roosters), during which he scored 105 tries for the Raiders and 17 for the Roosters and was equal second with Canberra team mate Jason Croker on the leagues try scoring list in 1994 with 22 (Brisbane's Steve Renouf top scored with 23). He played 12 games for Leeds, scoring 4 tries. He played in 8 test matches for Australia (5 under ARL control, 3 for SL) between 1994 and 1997, though only his tests under the ARL banner are counted as official as the SL tests aren't recognised by the ARL. He scored 7 tries from his 8 tests. He also played 7 games for New South Wales between 1994 and 1997, scoring 7 tries. His father, William "Bill" Mullins was an Australian representative who played 190 first grade games for Eastern Suburbs Roosters, and his uncle's Russell and Terry Mullins played for Sydney’s Western Suburbs Magpies. Brett's son Bradley Mullins has recently signed with the Sydney Roosters, and is currently in their Holden Cup squad. (en)
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  • Brett Mullins (born 21 January 1972) is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer of the 1990s, and early 2000s. A New South Wales State of Origin and Australian international representative back, he played his club football for Australian clubs the Canberra Raiders and Sydney Roosters, and for English club, the Leeds Rhinos. He was described as "one of the most exciting attacking weapons in rugby league." Brett's son Bradley Mullins has recently signed with the Sydney Roosters, and is currently in their Holden Cup squad. (en)
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