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Christopher (Chris) Dean Brent (born January 1963) is a former Australian rules footballer. He set the Fitzroy Football Club record for most goals kicked in an Under 19s season when he kicked 91 goals in the 1981 season. He had kicked 98 goals for Doncaster Football Club in the Eastern Football League Under 18s the previous year.
Brent's father, the great train robber Ronnie Biggs, had little influence on his son's life. Brent never played for Fitzroy at senior level, playing instead in Tasmania for Burnie Tigers and then for Old Trinity Grammarians in the Victorian Amateur Football Association before moving overseas to work.
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- "Lions Want Chris Brent". Sydney Morning Herald: p. 25. 26 August 1980. https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=1301&dat=19800826&id=CAFkAAAAIBAJ&sjid=R-cDAAAAIBAJ&pg=887,9480133. Retrieved 2014-07-19.
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