LEGEND: Steve Gibson at the Allora Sports Museum with  memorabilia from the career of Fred Laws.
LEGEND: Steve Gibson at the Allora Sports Museum with memorabilia from the career of Fred Laws. Ben Drewe

Tickets on sale for Allora Sports Museum induction

RUGBY LEAGUE: Tickets are on sale for the Allora Regional Sports Museum Hall of Fame induction dinner on February 25.

The Laws brothers, Fred and Colin, will be inducted into the Hall of Fame and Allora-born Steve Gibson will become the first regional icon of sport.

Fred Laws was a legendary centre in the 1920 and 1930s who toured twice with the Kangaroos and was vice-captain in 1932. He did an apprenticeship at the Allora Guardian and worked for a time at the Warwick Daily News.

His brother Colin was also a great footballer and played for Queensland.

Gibson played his junior footy for Wattles and ended up carving an outstanding career in top level rugby league in England

He was rated the No.1 fullback in England at a time when he was playing for the Salford club.

The Allora Hall of Fame Museum is in Herbert St, Allora, in premises that were once the Allora office of the Southern Downs Regional Council.

Tickets from hall of fame president Perry Cronin on 0407034320, 46663698 or at Lyn-D-Jo Boutique.



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