Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 32. Chapters: Aaron Cannings, Adam Muir, Albert Torrens, Alex Chan (rugby league), Andrew Frew, Anthony Watmough, Ben MacDougall, Ben Walker, Brendon Reeves, Brett Grogan, Brett Kimmorley, Chad Randall, Daniel Gartner, Daniel Quinn (rugby league), Danny Lima, David Westley, Geoff Toovey, Jamie Goddard, Jason Ferris, Jason King (rugby league), Jason Taylor (rugby league), Joel Penny, John Hopoate, Josh Smith (rugby league), Keiran Kerr, Lenny Beckett, Luke Dorn, Luke Williamson, Malupo Kaufusi, Mark O'Meley, Matt Orford, Michael Buettner, Michael Sullivan (rugby league), Nathan Long (rugby league), Nigel Roy, Nik Kosef, Owen Cunningham, Phil Bailey, Robert Miles (rugby league), Scott Pethybridge, Shayne Dunley, Simon Geros, Steven Menzies, Steve Berryman, Steve Trindall, Tasesa Lavea, Tony Jensen, Wade Forrester, Wayne Evans (rugby league), William Leyshon. Excerpt: John Hopoate (born 16 January 1974 in Nukualofa, Tonga) is a former professional rugby league footballer and boxer. He played club football for the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, Wests Tigers and Northern Eagles in the National Rugby League competition. Hopoate also gained selection for Tonga, in the Australian national team and in the New South Wales State of Origin side. His usual position for most of his career was Wing. He is a former Australian heavyweight boxing champion. Hopoate was born in Tonga, but moved to Australia with his family while he was still young. He subsequently took up the game of rugby league. Hopoate began his professional league career with the Manly-Warringah side while he was only nineteen years of age. Hopoate did not play as a regular first-grade player until two years later in 1995 where he showed his ability by scoring 21 tries, finishing second in the top try-scoring table to team-mate Steve Menzies. After many controversies his reputation became greatly tarnished and his career continued on a downhill slide, seeing him become the "most suspended player of the modern era". A final incident in 2005 led to him being sacked and he retired from playing. He has since become a professional boxer. He is the father of Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles player Will Hopoate. After moving with his family to Australia he originally lived and grew up in the Manly area of Sydney before moving to the western suburbs as a teenager. Former Australian international Bob Fulton recruited Hopoate to his former club at Manly after remembering his skill and power while witnessing him play as a junior for his Manly Cove side before then going on to represent the under nineteen New South Wales side. Hopoate is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Hopoate signed for the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles club in 1993 making his first grade debut against the Canberra Raiders at Brookvale Oval 6 June the same year, however he was in and out of the first gr
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