Jack Hughes

[rugby league] Jack Hughes (born 4 January 1992 in Billinge Higher End, Wigan, Greater Manchester) is an English rugby league player for Wigan. His preferred playing position is at second-row. Hughes made his first-grade debut for the club in a fourth round Challenge Cup win over Barrow on 8 May 2011. He has also appeared representatively i...
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Jack Hughes

[footballer] Jack Hughes (1866 – after 1890) was an English professional footballer born in Birmingham who played in the Football Alliance for Small Heath. Hughes played football for Birmingham Unity before joining Small Heath in August 1890. He played only once in the Football Alliance, in the opening game of the 1890–91 season, deputi...
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Jack Hughes

[ice hockey, born 1890] Jack Hughes (Born - January 12, 1890 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Died - June 27, 1962) was a Canadian ice hockey centreman who coached the Winnipegs to the Olympic title in 1932. ==Awards and achievements== ...
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Jack Hughes

[ice hockey, born 1957] John Francis `Jack` Hughes (born July 20, 1957 in Somerville, Massachusetts) is a retired American professional ice hockey forward who played 46 games in the National Hockey League for the Colorado Rockies. He played with the 1980 U.S Olympic team, who would eventually go on to defeat the highly favoured Soviet Union...
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Jack Hughes

[trade unionist] Morris John Rodwell `Jack` Hughes (1910-1998) was an Australian trade unionist and communist. Hughes was born in Sydney and joined the Australian Labor Party`s Rockdale branch in 1927. He was elected to the State Conference in 1931 and the Central Socialisation Committee in 1932. In 1933 he became Assistant New South Wales ...
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