1. Shaun Edwards is contracted to Richmond until at least the end of the 2019 season.
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3. Shaun Edwards was born in South Australia to parents Tara and Greg.
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6. Shaun Edwards played 36 times for Great Britain, and played for England in 1995 and '96 and Ireland in 1998.
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13. Shaun Edwards played for Great Britain 36 times, starting 32 games with a further four from the substitute's bench, and scored 16 tries.
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15. Shaun Edwards played in Wigan's 1994 World Club Challenge win over the Brisbane Broncos in Australia which attracted a World Club Challenge record attendance of 54,220.
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17. Shaun Edwards was selected to go on the 1988 Great Britain Lions tour.
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20. Shaun Edwards was defence coach for the British and Irish Lions on their tour of South Africa in 2009.
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21. Shaun Edwards played 36 times for Great Britain, as well as for England in 1995 and 1996 and Ireland in 1998.
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25. Shaun Edwards was 5 for 17 from the field against the Colonials Jackson made six 3-pointers and finished with 27 points.
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29. In 2001, Shaun Edwards joined London Wasps in rugby union as a defence and backs coach, taking over as head coach in 2005 after Warren Gatland returned to New Zealand.
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30. Shaun Edwards left Wigan that year to move near his son James, signing for the London Broncos.
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39. Shaun Edwards played 36 times for Great Britain, and played for England in 1995 and 1996 and Ireland in 1998.
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