Superlative backline player in the great Souths’ team of the 1950s, Hawick started his career as lock but played half, five eighth and centre with Souths, NSW and Australia. After playing in the club’s 1950 grand final win, he missed out on a second premiership when he broke his jaw in the 1951 semi-final against St George. Hawick's utility value earned him a place on the 1952-53 Kangaroo tour, where he made his Test debut against Great Britain as a five-eighth in the First Test. He played in 16 matches on tour, in...
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