Roydon "Roy" Barnett Prosser was an Australian Rugby Union player who represented for the twenty-five times.
Prosser was born in Sydney and attended Newington College (1949–1959) commencing as a preparatory school student in Wyvern House.
Prosser was once Australia"s most capped property He made his New South Wales debut in 1963, making 24 appearances for the over the following ten seasons. Prosser played 25 Test matches: seven against South Africa, six against New Zealand, five against France, three against Ireland and one each against England, Scotland, Wales and Fiji.
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Prosser played a club record 220 first grade games for Northern Suburbs Rugby Club and was a member of our three premiership sides in the 1960s.