|Position||Five Eighth, Wing|
|Junior Club||Kurri Kurri|
|Debut||1941: Round 12 vs Western Suburbs|
Bob Jackson joined Canterbury in 1941 after representing Country that season.
Bob played five eighth in 1941 but secured a permanent wing position in 1942.
A useful goalkicker, Bob is remembered for his side-stepping ability. He was a member of the 1942 Premiership winning team and scored Canterbury's only try on the day in extremely muddy conditions.