Mick Mullane, Jr. (born 9 September 1956) is an Australian former rugby league player, who was a member of the Cronulla Sharks rugby league team. Mullane played fullback, and played in the 1978 grand final.
Mullane is the son of Mick Mullane, Sr., who played for Newtown and St. George from 1947 to 1953; the younger brother of Greg Mullane (Canterbury and Cronulla); and the father of Jye Mullane.
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