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Steven Renouf (born 8 June 1970) is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s. He was known as one of the sport's greatest centres. Renouf set numerous records for the Brisbane Broncos club. After spending eleven years with Brisbane, which yielded four premierships, he left Australia to play for English club Wigan Warriors, where he spent two seasons before retiring. He was named in Australia's Indigenous team of the century (1908–2007).
Of Aboriginal and European descent, Renouf was born in Murgon, Queensland on 8 June 1970. A Murgon Mustangs junior, he developed his game with the Brisbane Broncos in his teen years. Renouf made his first grade NSWRL Premiership début in the 1989 Brisbane Broncos season. He scored his first try for the club in 1990, and the following year went on to set a new club record of four tries in a home fixture, and be the Broncos' top try scorer of the 1991 Brisbane Broncos season and 1992 (along with Allan Langer) seasons. In 1992, the Broncos claimed their first premiership, winning the Winfield Cup Grand Final against St. George 28-8, which was highlighted by a 98-metre try to Renouf in the second half. After Willie Carne had somehow managed to avoid being trapped in his in-goal, Broncos captain Allan Langer passed to Renouf who stepped inside Rex Terp and took off downfield with Michael Hancock in support no one in front of him after burning Saints fullback Michael Potter for speed. Veteran Dragons winger Ricky Walford gave chase and made ground on him as Renouf tired over the final 20 metres, but failed to stop him from scoring.
In the weeks following the Broncos Grand Final win, Renouf travelled with the Kangaroos to England for the 1992 World Cup Final at the famous Wembley Stadium. Renouf made his début for Australia in front of an international rugby league record attendance of 73,631 fans, scoring the only try of the match after running off a pass from Broncos team mate Kevin Walters in the second half. Australia defeated Great Britain 10–6 to win their sixth Rugby League World Cup. A week later, Renouf played for Brisbane in the 1992 World Club Challenge against 1991-92 British champions Wigan at Central Park in Wigan. The Broncos capped their best year by defeating Wigan 22-8 and becoming the first Australian team to win the World Club Challenge in England.