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Morvin Edwards
New Zealand rugby league player

Morvin Edwards

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Morvin Renata Tewhetu Aroha Edwards is a New Zealand former rugby league player who represented his country. His position of preference was at Fullback.

Playing career

Edwards played for the Upper Hutt club and represented Wellington before moving to England. He won a premiership with Upper Hutt and captained Wellington to their first ever win over a touring international side.

In England he played for both Swinton and Leeds.

After leaving Leeds he attracted interest from Oldham but ultimately decided to move to Australia and join Balmain. He moved to Penrith in 1995, playing thirty eight games for the club before retiring.

Representative career

In 1989 Edwards played against the touring Great Britain side twice, once for Wellington and once for New Zealand Māori. His form was good enough to make the New Zealand Kiwis side that toured England later that year. He played in ten matches for the Kiwis, his last being against France in 1993.

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