Millie Boyles Dad: David Boyle, Millie Boyles Dad, is a professional rugby player as well. Shelley was reared by her father and three other sisters and a brother. Millie Boyles Dad was 12 years old when he suffered a brain injury while working on the family farm in Cobargo. The athlete was discovered unconscious in a cowshed near a sprinkler and brought to a Canberra hospital. He was put into a coma and spent four months in the hospital learning new skills and regaining his memory after suffering a brain injury.
Millie’s mother described the tragic occurrence, saying the youngster proceeded to utter strange things. “We were all quite emotional at first,” Shelley remarked. Millie discussed the crash’s impact on the entire family during an appearance on The Unaffected Podcast, describing the time as “wild.” “He was in the hospital for a long time and had completely forgotten about us.”
The Broncos’ prop will be playing in her first NRLW Grand Final, and her family will be rooting for the Raiders in the NRL decider that follows. Between 1991 and 1998, Millie Boyles Dad played 117 NRL games for the Raiders before concluding his career with the Bradford Bulls in England. Jason Croker, her uncle, played 318 games for Canberra while also representing NSW and the Kangaroos in State of Origin. Croker started in the second row for the Raiders in their 1994 grand final triumph over the Bulldogs, as did David Boyle.
So, it’ll be a huge day for the young lady from Bega, on the NSW South Coast, which is also home to rival Dragon’s skipper Kezie Apps. She remarked of the family connection, “I mean, it’s really fantastic that Canberra was in there as well.” “It’s really good that he’ll be there and I’ll be able to be there in a grand final as well,” he says. “The last time Canberra won the grand final was in 1994, and Dad was a part of that.” In preparation for the Dragons, Boyle says the Broncos would learn a lot from their 10-8 setback to the Warriors last week.
Boyle, on the other hand, believes the event has been exaggerated because the two are old friends who grew up in the Bega district of southern NSW. Boyle told The Daily Telegraph, “Look, all we did was have a kiss in the bathroom.” “It was taken completely out of context. It’s all a big fuss about nothing. We’re both unmarried and have been friends for a long time.
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