Donald MacMillan (rugby)

Donald MacMillan
Full name Donald Ian MacMillan[1]
Date of birth 22 September 1930(1930-09-22)[1]
Place of birth Toowoomba, Queensland [1]
Date of death c. 1981[1]
Place of death New Caledonia
Rugby union career
Playing career
Position flanker[1]
National team(s)
Years Club / team Caps (points)
1950[1] Wallabies 2[1] (0)[1]

Donald Ian MacMillan (22 September 1930 – c. 1981) was a rugby union player who represented Australia.

MacMillan, a flanker, was born in Toowoomba, Queensland and claimed a total of 2 international rugby caps for Australia.

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