In the first instalment of our “Heritage Sessions” video series, league legend Paul Langmack reveals what the Canterbury Bulldogs jersey meant to him and his team-mates.
Thanks to Classic Sportswear, Inside Sport recently had the privilege of interviewing Langmack – who played for Canterbury, Western Suburbs and Sydney City - in a roundtable discussion session at Balmain’s Dry Dock Hotel in Sydney.
Langmack, who played over 300 first grade games between 1983 and 1999, was joined in the roundtable session by Parramatta Eels great Peter Wynn, Peter’s brother, St George stalwart Graeme Wynn, and Canberra Raiders legend and current NSW Blues coach Laurie Daley. All looked magnificent in their Classic rugby league jerseys from their playing days.
You can celebrate the history of Australia’s National Rugby League clubs, too by donning a jersey (available in many former and current NRL teams) from Classic Sportswear’s Heritage range. Simply hit-up www.classicsports.com.au to find out more.
The fun, rowdy and passionate roundtable discussion can be read in full in the current edition of Inside Sport magazine (pictured below). ON SALE NOW!