His fast mind meant that he rarely made a wrong decision.He joined the Parramatta Eels in 1978 making his first appearance as a stand-in Fullback during the 1978 finals series, and played his first game as the Eels halfback in the 17-11 Minor-Semi replay loss to eventual premiers Manly-Warringah.He played in four premiership-winning sides with Parramatta in 1981–19 and has been inducted into the Australian Rugby League Hall of Fame. As a teenager he spent several years living at RAAF Base Wagga, where his father was serving as a dental technician.Sterling then moved to Sydney where he attended the Patrician Brothers' College on a scholarship.Sterling played eighteen Tests for the Australian national team between 19. Sterling was born in Toowoomba and raised in Raymond Terrace & Wagga Wagga, New South Wales.He also played in thirteen State of Origins for New South Wales, winning man of the match on four occasions. He commenced his playing career at the age of fourteen when he joined the Wagga Wagga Kangaroo Panthers in 1974. We all know how much I hate going out on a school night, how much I stress about the miss and how much I just hate people in general. I didn’t want to be crass by telling her I’m all about the D… Just in case it accidentally turned out to be your brother/cousin. Weird kind bowl cut action, kinda like Donald Trump. Contestant #6 – D’Artagnan in the white flowered shirt. He didn’t think that was funny at all nor did he believe Claymation to be a real art form.
He was one of the all-time great halfbacks and a major contributor to Parramatta Eels' dominance of the New South Wales Rugby League premiership in the 1980s. I went in to the bar and grabbed an Asahi and sat down facing the door. “Hey, I’m Sal.” Sal was a single mum with a three year old too. While he talked about his siblings, I couldn’t but immediately notice a curious hair styling choice. And oh my, did all three smells mesh together and linger in the air ALL fucking night.Sterling compensated for a lack of size and pace with control and organisational skills that allowed Parramatta's all-star back line of Brett Kenny, Mick Cronin, Steve Ella and Eric Grothe a great deal of ball.His kicking, backed up by Kenny and Ray Price's superb chasing, often gave Parramatta an advantage in territory.