Johnny Raper Cause Of Death: How Did Johnny Raper Die?

Australian professional rugby league footballer and coach, Johnny Raper has passed away on February 9, 2022, after a long-time battle with dementia.

Johnny passed away in a Sydney nursing home; he was 82.

Because of dementia, he was incompetent to act perfectly & used to manage essential things more frequently than not.

Raper was the last surviving member of St George’s four Immortals Reg Gasnier, Graeme Langlands, and Norm Provan, who passed away in October.

Also nicknamed “Chook”, Johnny was a lock-forward for the Australia national team. He had a record 33 test caps between 1959 and 1968 and played in six World Cup games between 1960 and 1968.

Johnny captained Australia on eight occasions in 1967–68 and played in eight consecutive NSWRFL grand final victories for the St George Dragons club. He has since been named as one of the nation’s finest footballers of the 20th century.

Johnny had an estimated net worth of 5 Million dollars USD, with rugby leagues as his main revenue source.