Born: 10 August, 1938 – Auckland
Test record: 0 Tests
Tours: 1961 tour of Great Britain and France
Gary Bailey scored two tries in six matches for the 1961 Kiwis, touring Britain and France with younger brother and fellow centre, Roger.
The 23-year-old played alongside 19-year-old Roger in a win over a combined Halifax-Huddersfield team and later crossed for tries in his last two appearances for New Zealand, against French XIII and Provence.
Gary, who played club football for Richmond, and Ponsonby star Roger teamed up for New Zealand Māori against Great Britain in 1962.
The elder Bailey also represented Auckland against Australia in 1965 – earning praise for his defensive display against the brilliant Graeme Langlands – and Great Britain in 1966.
Like many Kiwis during the era, Bailey had a stint in Australia, playing in the Murrumbidgee Rugby League competition in the NSW Riverina.
Another brother from the prolific Bailey clan, Bob, coached the Kiwis in 1990-91.