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|birth_place = [[Briton Ferry]], Wales, [[United Kingdom]]
 
|birth_place = [[Briton Ferry]], Wales, [[United Kingdom]]
 
|death_date = {{death date and age|2017|09|27|1919|09|03|df=y}}
 
|death_date = {{death date and age|2017|09|27|1919|09|03|df=y}}
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|death_place = Temora, New South Wales, Australia
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|death_place = [[Temora, New South Wales|Temora]], New South Wales, Australia
 
|retired = yes
 
|retired = yes
 
|position = {{Rlp|LK}}
 
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Lew Evans came to Sydney from Newcastle, New South Wales with [[Ron Ainsworth|Ray Ainsworth]] in 1946, just after he was discharged from war service in the [[RAAF]].
 
Lew Evans came to Sydney from Newcastle, New South Wales with [[Ron Ainsworth|Ray Ainsworth]] in 1946, just after he was discharged from war service in the [[RAAF]].
   
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During his three years at [[St. George Dragons|St. George]], Evans played a total of 70 grade games, 20 of them in first grade.<ref>ST>GEORGE CALL (KOGARAH) 4/11/1949 "Popular St.George Player To Coach Temora,https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/235307772?searchTerm=%22lew%20evans%22&searchLimits=l-state=New+South+Wales|||l-decade=194</ref> After three years at Saints, he moved to Temora as captain/coach in 1949 and remained there for most of his life.<ref>Whiticker/Hudson "The Encycopedia of Rugby League Players" 1995 Edition ({{ISBN|1875169571}}</ref>
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During his three years at [[St. George Dragons|St. George]], Evans played a total of 70 grade games, 20 of them in first grade.<ref>ST>GEORGE CALL (KOGARAH) 4/11/1949 "Popular St.George Player To Coach Temora,https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/235307772?searchTerm=%22lew%20evans%22&searchLimits=l-state=New+South+Wales|||l-decade=194</ref> After three years at Saints, he moved to [[Temora, New South Wales|Temora]] as captain/coach in 1949 and remained there for most of his life.<ref>Whiticker/Hudson "The Encycopedia of Rugby League Players" 1995 Edition ({{ISBN|1875169571}}</ref>
   
 
Evans died on 27 September 2017, aged 98.<ref>TEMORA INDEPENDENT, Death Notice 29/9/2017</ref>
 
Evans died on 27 September 2017, aged 98.<ref>TEMORA INDEPENDENT, Death Notice 29/9/2017</ref>

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