22 June 1909|
Hurstville, New South Wales, Australia
1 April 1962 (aged 52)|
Bexley, New South Wales, Australia
Charles Frederick 'Charlie' Rice was an Australian rugby league footballer who played in the 1930s.
Rice had a six-year first grade career at the St. George club in the 1930s. A big strapping lock forward, Rice was a crowd favourite during his era at the club. Charlie Rice finished his career at Grenfell, New South Wales in 1938.
Charlie Rice enlisted in the Australian Army on 11 February 1942, and served as a Driver in the 126 General Transport Company and was discharged on 7 May 1946.
Rice died on 1 April 1962.
- Whiticker/Hudson "The Encyclopedia of Rugby League Players" 1995 Edition
- The SUN (Sydney) 13/4/1938 "Country Gains" https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/229866647?searchTerm=charlie%20rice%20%22St%20George%22&searchLimits=l-state=New+South+Wales%7C%7C%7Cl-decade=193%7C%7C%7Cl-year=1938
- WW2 Roll - Australian Army (C.F.Rice) http://www.ww2roll.gov.au/Veteran.aspx?serviceId=A&veteranId=341139
- Sydney Morning Herald - Death notice: 2/4/1962
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