Jean DUHAU

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FrenchBorn Jean DUHAU

French rugby union player

Born on May 1, 1906 in Ondres, Landes , France

Died on September 22, 1973 in Marseille , France

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Jean Duhau (1906-1973) is a French rugby footballer who represented France as a player in both rugby league and rugby union. He later became a coach and coached France rugby league team in multiple Rugby League World Cups.

...   Jean Duhau (1906-1973) is a French rugby footballer who represented France as a player in both rugby league and rugby union. He later became a coach and coached France rugby league team in multiple Rugby League World Cups.


Playing career
Duhau originally played rugby union and played in the 1926–27 French Rugby Union Championship for Stade Français. He made his debut for France on 28 January 1928, becoming French representative 235. He later switched to rugby league, being part of the France side that toured Great Britain in 1934.


Coaching career
Duhau later became a coach and coached the France rugby league team during their 1951 tour of Australia and New Zealand and at the inaugural 1954 Rugby League World Cup. He also later coached the team at the 1957 and 1960 Rugby League World Cups.


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