David "Nana" Grant (1956–1994) was an Australian rugby league footballer of the 1970s and 1980s. He played for a number of teams in the New South Wales Rugby Football League (NSWRFL) competition. Originally from Dubbo, New South Wales talented prop/back-rower, the cousin of Arthur Beetson, came to Sydney from Forbes where he made his debut for South Sydney Rabbitohs in 1976. The following year he moved to play for the Eastern Suburbs Roosters for one season, becoming the club's 678th capped player. Before moving to spend four years with the Balmain Tigers. Grant toured NZ with a Combined Sydney side that year but after a successful period with Balmain moved to the newly promoted Canberra club in 1982. The Raiders' first captain, in its inaugural season in the New South Wales Rugby League p

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  • David "Nana" Grant (1956–1994) was an Australian rugby league footballer of the 1970s and 1980s. He played for a number of teams in the New South Wales Rugby Football League (NSWRFL) competition. Originally from Dubbo, New South Wales talented prop/back-rower, the cousin of Arthur Beetson, came to Sydney from Forbes where he made his debut for South Sydney Rabbitohs in 1976. The following year he moved to play for the Eastern Suburbs Roosters for one season, becoming the club's 678th capped player. Before moving to spend four years with the Balmain Tigers. Grant toured NZ with a Combined Sydney side that year but after a successful period with Balmain moved to the newly promoted Canberra club in 1982. The Raiders' first captain, in its inaugural season in the New South Wales Rugby League premiership. Dave was also known to have knocked out a member of the crowd in Ballina (Peter Armstrong) in 1992 when he was playing for Kyogle who abused him from Yobbos Hill at Ballina’s home ground Kingsford Smith Park. League fans were shocked by the news of his death in Kyogle from a heart attack in 1994, age 38. in rural northern New South Wales. (en)
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  • David "Nana" Grant (1956–1994) was an Australian rugby league footballer of the 1970s and 1980s. He played for a number of teams in the New South Wales Rugby Football League (NSWRFL) competition. Originally from Dubbo, New South Wales talented prop/back-rower, the cousin of Arthur Beetson, came to Sydney from Forbes where he made his debut for South Sydney Rabbitohs in 1976. The following year he moved to play for the Eastern Suburbs Roosters for one season, becoming the club's 678th capped player. Before moving to spend four years with the Balmain Tigers. Grant toured NZ with a Combined Sydney side that year but after a successful period with Balmain moved to the newly promoted Canberra club in 1982. The Raiders' first captain, in its inaugural season in the New South Wales Rugby League p (en)
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