Three rugby league entrants have been revealed to be the newest members of the Hall of Fame.
The NRL 360 exclusively revealed the 2019 challengers on Tuesday night, which will be presented at a gala dinner on Wednesday that will be broadcast live by the Fox League.
The most recent inductees are James Galtinan, Peter Freelingos and Ray Warren.
The three join New Zealand greats Ruben Wicky and Stacey Jones, as well as Australian legends Danny Bouderus and Craig Young, who were the last players to be featured, as announced on Monday.
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Born 1866. Dies 1950
James Joseph Giltinan was an Australian entrepreneur who helped launch the sport of rugby league football in Australia.
J. Giltinan's shield, which is awarded annually to the National Rugby League's minor league premieres, bears his proud name.
On August 8, 1907, at the Crystal Hotel on Bateman, George Street, Sydney politician Henry Hoyle led a meeting of fifty people, including several leading rugby players and staff.
The New South Wales Football League was created there, the body that will continue to lead Australia's main national rugby league premiere and Giltinan has been elected its first secretary.
Previously, Giltinan played an important role in the invitation of the 1907 All-Golds Rugby Team in New Zealand to tour Australia on the way to the UK.
He then led the first kangaroo tour in England in 1908.
In the early years of the club, Giltinan was president of the Annandale Rugby League club.
Born 1944. Dies 2004.
Peter Freelingos was a sports journalist and commentator best known for his work as a rugby league writer.
He was known in the sports journalism industry as "Chipi" because of its Greek origin.
Frilingos was also a member of the 2GB Continuous Call Team and a regular on Foxtel's Main Game.
Peter began his career at The Daily Mirror as a copyboy in February 1962 and wrote his first rugby league article in 1964. He became a major rugby league writer when the paper merged with The Daily Telegraph in the early 1990s. , he continues in this role with the merged newspaper.
He is survived by his wife, Maureen, and his children, Matt (also a journalist), Anna and Alison.
Frilingos has an award named after him in the National Rugby League Dally M Medal, named the "Peter Frilingos Memorial Award", which is awarded "Moment of the Year Title".
Born June 11, 1943 (76 years old)
Raymond Rabbits Warren OAM is an Australian sports commentator known for his coverage of professional rugby league matches and to some extent swimming on the Nine Network.
Warren is called the Rugby League Voice.
He also made a name for himself by referring to the events of the Australian Swimming Teams and the FINA World Cups and in 2012 participated in the Nine coverage of the London Olympics.
He is also a regular member of Saturday morning's radio group on the Triple M Sydney Dead Set Legends sports program.
Warren's nickname is "Rabbits" as it is in the rabbit.
Warren grew up in a family with four other brothers, most notably Reg Warren, who also called rugby league games in the early 1990s.
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