Former Falcon to line up in the National Draft

Former New Zealand Falcons key forward Brendan Clark will enter into this year’s National Draft and prepare for the 2020 Premiership after returning home to New Zealand.


Brendan has been based in Australia for the past 8 years and has been aligned with the Hinterland Football Club and Maroochydore on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast and the Darwin Buffaloes and NT Thunder in the Northern Territory.

A member of the past three International Cups campaigns, Clark has returned home with his family and has settled in the Waikato.

Clark is a strong marking forward who has the experience to get the better of his opposition.


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