Leeds nostalgia: Cops from Down Under cover station

Leeds, Millgarth, 4th November 1982''Used YEP letters page''Three police officers, who are also members of the crack Australian Rugby League touring party, were shown around a police station in Leeds to see their counterparts at work.''The three, Dan McKinnon, a constable 1st class in Sydney, Craig Young, also a constable 1st class in Sydney, and Mal Meninga, a constable in Brisbane, were shown around Millgarth, the Leeds City station of the West Yorkshire Police.''The stars were invited to look around Millgarth by Mr. Neill Satterthwaite, assistant sports co-ordinator for the West Yorkshire Police Force and son of the former Leeds R. L. player Stan Satterthwaite.
Leeds, Millgarth, 4th November 1982''Used YEP letters page''Three police officers, who are also members of the crack Australian Rugby League touring party, were shown around a police station in Leeds to see their counterparts at work.''The three, Dan McKinnon, a constable 1st class in Sydney, Craig Young, also a constable 1st class in Sydney, and Mal Meninga, a constable in Brisbane, were shown around Millgarth, the Leeds City station of the West Yorkshire Police.''The stars were invited to look around Millgarth by Mr. Neill Satterthwaite, assistant sports co-ordinator for the West Yorkshire Police Force and son of the former Leeds R. L. player Stan Satterthwaite.
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Dateline: November 4, 1982, Millgarth Police Station, Leeds.

Three police officers, who were also members of the crack Australian Rugby League touring party, were shown around a police station in Leeds to see their counterparts at work.

The three in question were: Dan McKinnon, a constable 1st class in Sydney, Craig Young, also a constable 1st class in Sydney, and Mal Meninga, a constable in Brisbane.

They were shown around Millgarth, the Leeds city centre police station of the West Yorkshire Police.

The rugby stars were invited to look around by Mr Neill Satterthwaite, assistant sports co-ordinator for the West Yorkshire Police Force and, incidentally, son of the former Leeds rugby league player Stan Satterthwaite, a well known forward.