The NRL is mourning the death of rugby league immortal Norm Provan.
The St George Dragons legend died on Wednesday night, aged 88.
Regarded as one of the finest players of the 20th century, the second-rower played 256 games for Dragons between 1951 to 1965.
Provan is immortalised on the NRL premiership trophy embracing Arthur Summons after the 1963 grand final.
More to come.