Arnold Green, New Zealand rugby league player, Died at 83

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Arnold Thomas Green died on September 23, 2016.

He was a New Zealand rugby league player.

Green represented his country.

He played for Runanga in the West Coast Rugby League competition and also represented the West Coast.

During 1955, Green played for the West Coast against France.

During 1956, he impressed for the South Island during the inter-island selection match.

Arnold Green was subsequently selected by the New Zealand Kiwis for their tour of Australia.

Arnold Green became Kiwi #364 and, while he did not play in any test matches, Green played in seven of the 15 games on tour and scored seven tries.

He was a coal miner who worked on the West Coast and in Huntly.

He died at Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia.

Arnold Green passed away at 83 years old.

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