Following the death of Rugby League’s Immortal Norm Provan, fans and following are anxious to learn more about his personal life, including his wife and family.
Norm Provan was a rugby league player and coach from Australia and was regarded as one of the best footballers in the country in the twentieth century.
He was the second player, known as Sticks, to play 256 games for the St. George’s Dragons. From 1956 through 1966, he was a crucial component of the squad, winning 11 Premier League championships in a row.
On Wednesday night, October 13th, 2021, the 13th fairy in Rugby League passed away. The Dragons announced Provan’s passing yesterday night and issued a statement today paying respect to the club legend.
Following his death, everyone at St George District and the St George Illawarra Dragons is expressing their condolences to Norm’s family.
The Dragons are deeply saddened to learn about the passing of immortal Norm Provan. A gladiator, warrior and a giant of the game, Provan's legacy will be remembered not only by the Dragons but in rugby league forever.
Never before, never again.
— St George Illawarra Dragons (@NRL_Dragons) October 13, 2021
Norm Provan Wife Lynne: Who Is She?
Lynne is best recognized as Norm Provan’s wife. Subsequently, the basis of Lynne’s existence is given little attention. Though we don’t know when the pair met for the first time or how they ended up married, they surely have a great story to tell.
There are only a few sites that provide pertinent information on Lynne. But, we do know that the couple was residing in Queensland and has a daughter named Sue McCloud.
A true giant of the game.
Vale Norm Provan. https://t.co/aOTaIBtEa9
— Wests Tigers (@WestsTigers) October 13, 2021
Know About Norm Provan Age
Norm Provan, a St George icon and rugby league Immortal, died at the age of 89.
He was born in Urana, New South Wales, Australia, on December 18, 1931.
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Norm Provan Cause of Death Revealed
Norm Provan had been battling dementia in recent years, which might be the cause for his death.
The second-rower, who played 256 games for Dragon between 1951 and 1965 and won 10 premierships during the club’s golden era between 1956 and 1966, was regarded as one of the finest players of the twentieth century.
He also played 14 games for Australia.