Concept

McLean family

Summary
The McLean family were an Australian rugby clan who between them played 77 Tests for the Australian national rugby union team and a number of Tests for the Australian national rugby league team. The main grandstand at Ballymore, the home of the Queensland Rugby Union, is named the McLean Stand in honour of the family's contribution to Queensland rugby and Australian rugby. Doug McLean Sr. Doug McLean Sr. Douglas James McLean (1880–1947) was the patriarch. He was a pioneer Australian representative rugby union and rugby league player, a dual code international. He represented with the Wallabies in 3 Tests and as a Kangaroo in 2 Tests. Doug had three sons (Doug Jr., Bill, and Jack) who also played for Australia. Three of his grandsons did as well. Doug McLean Jr. Doug McLean Jr. Alexander Douglas McLean (1912–1961), played 10 Tests for the Wallabies between 1933 and 1936. He too was a dual code international, playing two Kangaroo Tests on the wing and making the
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