Bill Fallowfield

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William "Bill" Fallowfield was a British rugby league football coach and administrator of the mid-20th century.

In 1967 Fallowfield devised the limited tackle rule to help improve the flow and speed of rugby league.[1]

He worked as secretary of the International Rugby League Board during the 1970s.[2]



  1. ^ Middleton, 2008: 27
  2. ^ "Lowe agrees to return". The Sydney Morning Herald. Australia. 1977-04-06. p. 27. Retrieved 2009-12-18.


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