Sean Long

OVERALL STATISTICS

BIRTHAGESIGNED ONFROMDEBUTLAST MATCHLEFT
24-09-1976
N/A
14-06-1997
Widnes Vikings
16-06-1997 v Cronulla Sharks
Leeds Rhinos
2009- Hull FC
CAREERAPPEARANCES (SUBS)TRIESGOALSDGOALSPTS
1997-2009
331 (12)
156
989
23
2625

BIOGRAPHY

Sean Long was born on the 24th. of September 1976. Gifted with electric speed off the mark Sean found the Saints set up as the perfect vehicle to pursue his talents. He was signed from the Widnes Vikings for `80 000 on the 14th. of June 1997. There was to be a further 20 000 payment once Sean had played on 30 occasions for the first team. It was evident from his first games that this sum would be paid earlier rather than later! His "baptism of fire" occurred just two days after his signing when Saints were punished 48 points to 8 by Cronulla Sharks in front of an appreciative yet concerned Knowsley Road crowd. Sean, however, managed to score his first points for the club in this match by kicking two goals.

Ironically, his first try for the Saints was in another home defeat. This time in the 20 points to 38 loss to the Bradford Bulls (6/7/97). In 1997 Sean played 11 matches as scrum half and 8 matches as stand off. These games yielded seven tries and 40 goals for an impressive 108 points over half a season. This haul included 16 points in the 32 points to 18 Premiership Trophy semi-final victory over Castleford.

The 1998 season saw the establishment of Sean firmly in the scrum half berth. In 24 starts and 5 appearances as a substitute "Longy" scored 13 tries, kicked 86 goals with 3 drop goals for a yield of 227 points that season. The rhythm of his famous left foot was evident in the match against Huddersfield (2/8/1998) as Sean recorded 10 goals and 20 points for the first time in a Saints jersey. The cheeky chappie repeated the feat against Huddersfield in the following season (30/7/1999) and in the 2001 season he kicked an impressive 11 goals in the home league match against Salford (18/05/2001). Sean Long was instrumental in bringing silverware back to Knowsley Road in the 1999 campaign. After a glorious season in which he notched over a century of goals amidst 326 points for the Saints, Sean returned from a niggling shoulder injury to convert Kevin Iros try in the Grand Final at Old Trafford to sicken the Bradford supporters once more. It was during the campaign that Sean netted his first hat trick of tries for the club in the away league victory over Salford (07/03/1999). By then he had established a fabulous rapport with half back partner Tommy Martyn.

In the millennium season of 2000 Sean Long was at the pinnacle of his form. In 33 appearances he backed up brilliantly to score 24 tries and kick 420 points to end the season with the "Man of Steel" award. The conclusion to his first season was a typical roller coaster ride for the team. Who will ever forget the last three matches of that particular season. They serve to remind fans of the quality of Sean and the "never say die" spirit of the Saints. Sean was instrumental in the setting up of arguably Saints best-ever and timely try in the last two seconds of Play off qualifying match against Bradford Bulls. His speculative cross field kick to Kevin Iro and several passes later Seans darting run to set up Dwayne West and the rest is truly history! Notwithstanding Mr Longs hijacking of St Bernards head and a nonchalant conversion created a carnival like atmosphere amongst the crowd.

Seans 26 points haul in the following fixture against arch enemy Wigan in the Qualifying Final helped record the heaviest ever Saints victory and provide a valuable weeks rest before the Grand Final. By the time the Grand Final against Wigan had arrived the Saints roller coaster had transformed into a juggernaut. Longs incisive break just after half time set up another Chris Joynt try as Saints went into a 17 points to 4 lead. Although Wigan performed well to come back into the match the Saints, riding on a crest of confidence, pulled clear again.

Saints managed to retain their hunger over the close season and on a bitterly cold night at the Reebok Stadium in January 2001 Sean Longs vital drop goal, solo try and three conversions helped Saints defeat Brisbane Broncos by 20 points to 18 and so become World Club Champions for the first time. His try, a darting diagonal run, illustrated Seans bravery as he dived over the line amidst flailing arms, legs and boots of several Queenslanders. Three months later as the rain poured down in Twickenham town, the Saints benefited from Seans astute kicking to lift the Challenge Cup for the eighth time in the Clubs history. In a hard game in which the Saints defence was impregnable, Seans tactical awareness won him the Lance Todd trophy. All seemed set for another whirlwind season for Long when tragedy struck at the McAlpine Stadium. A cheap late tackle resulted in Sean falling awkwardly and sustaining an injury that was to end his season. In his absence Paul Sculthorpe performed magnificently taking over Seans role as a points scoring machine. Although finishing the season halfway through Sean still managed to acquire another 161 points for the team.

The 2002 campaign saw Saints dominant throughout the season although Sean Long season was further disrupted by injury. As Saints finished on top of the league Sean returned for the run in to the Grand Final. It was as timely as ever with Sean looking sharp and hungry for more success. Although Paul Sculthorpe had proved to be the best player in the league for the second year in succession, it was Sean who carried the responsibility for kicking in the Grand Final against Bradford Bulls. With the scores locked at 18 points apiece, a stunning set of five tackles drive the ball from the Saints tryline to deep inside the Bradford 20 metres zone. As the clock showed less than one minute left, the ball came back to Sean on the sixth tackle and he made no mistake as he calmly dropped a crisp goal to seal Saints third Grand Final win in four years.

The start of the 2003 season saw Sean back to his sharpest. The fourth round draw in the Challenge Cup paired Saints with French Champions UTC. Sean reached new heights that game with four tries and nine goals for a total of 34 points, just six behind Paul Loughlins club points record. At that time he was 7th on the all time list of Saints goal scorers and fourth on the all time list of points scorers. With 87 tries he was also poised to become only the third player in saints history to score 100 tries and kick 100 goals (Len Killeen and Tommy Martyn already had this distinction). It was no surprise to learn that in the same month Sean signed a new contract tying him to the Club until 2008.

The highs and lows of a rugby league career were delivered to Sean in no uncertain terms during the 2004 season. Saints and Longy had made a whirlwind start to the campaign playing some of the finest rugby ever witnessed at Knowsley Road. The Challenge Cup road to Cardiff saw Saints collecting the biggest scalps in the game. A stunning away victory against Bradford was followed up with home victories against Leeds and Hull both of whom showed tremendous resistance. A high flying and confident Huddersfield team were dumped by forty points in the glorious Warrington sunshine on semi-final day. Sean stood tall throughout this period exhibiting great flair in attack with a highly polished supporting and kicking role.

As the entire rugby league fraternity were heralding the Saints side, revelations hit the national press about the involvement of Sean and Martin Gleeson in a bet each player had made against Saints in the away match against Bradford when a young inexperienced Saints team were humbled by the rampaging Bulls. Although Sean did not play in the match.

The publicity and pressure were huge as the Saints met Wigan in the 2004 Challenge Cup Final. Both players managed to play "blinders" with Sean punishing Wigan with beautifully weighted kicks and neat ball distribution. A masterful diagonal grubber set up Willie Talau try in the first half. However, his second half break, chip over, collect and offload to manufacture Willies second try effectively killed the game. His goalkicking was spot on and he seemd to be involved in all the key moments of a magical afternoon. A 32 points to 16 victory witnessed Sean collecting a precious Challenge Cup winners medal and his second Lance Todd Trophy as man of the match.

In mid- June Sean played in the match against Castleford before being banned for all but one league matches for the remainder of the 2004 season. When the ban was imposed the Saints form took a noticeable nose-dive. Seans ability and enthusiasm were sorely missed. The next two campaigns witnessed a mature professional approach to the game. He was at the heart of the Saints attack and sorely missed when Longy was not available. The 2005 season saw Saints run away at the top of the table only to have the carpet pulled from beneath their efforts at the end of the season. The away victory over Wigan that seasled the league leaders award for the Saints also put a cruel end to any realistic Grand Final ambitions. A particularly savage attack by Wigans Terry Newton on Sean caused a particularly horrendous facial injury and an end to Longs 2005 campaign.

The 2006 season witnessed Sean directing and organising the Saints attack. He was clearly a masterful reader of spaces and opportunities which he exploited to the full, as Saints remained once again at the head of the league ladder. The Saints stormed to the Challenge Cup Final against Huddersfield. In this match Sean made history by becoming the first player ever to win the Lance Todd Trophy as man of ther match for a third time.He gave another masterclass in tactical kicking and support play as the Saints trounced the Giants by 42 points to 12. The 2006 Grand Final saw Saints make a clean sweep of all the trophies as they overcome a dogged Hull FC challenge by 26 points to 4. Again Seans tactical kicking turned the game around for the Saints as the men from East Yorkshire crumpled under constant Saints pressure. At the conclusion of the campaign Sean was on the plane to Australia to compete in the 2006 Tri Nations tournament.

The 2007 season saw Sean on the top of his game yet again as the plays, points and plaudits came his way. 2007 was disappointing for Sean on the injury front as he only competed in 17 matches. Furthermore Sean seemed to have lost confidence in the goalkicking department. Despite this lack of continuity Sean collected another Challenge Cup winning medal in the comfortable win over Catalans Dragons and for once he was not named Lance Todd Trophy winner.The Saints finished top of the tree for a third year in succession but the Grand Final loss against Leeds was one to forget.

The 2008 campaign saw Sean revived and kicking with confidence. The supporters witnessed a mature scrum half controlling the attack and in complete tandem with a sensational Leon Pryce. His kicking was instrumental in gaining valuable territory for the Saints to unleash their deadly attacks. The highlight for Sean and the Saints was a third successive Challenge Cup Final victory over Hull FC. The season followed a similar pattern to the 2007 campaign as Saints finished on top of the league for a fourth time in a row only to lose out to Leeds in the Grand Final at Old Trafford. The Long points machine was rolling again in this campaign as he scored a further eight tries, kicked 97 goals and slotted over two drop goals to add another 228 points to his career statistics. At the end of 2008 Sean was just two points away from notching up 2500 points, well clear in second place in the all-time Saints top points scorers. He was second on the goalkicking charts just 65 goals from 1000 goals for the club and fourteenth on the try charts with 152 touchdowns.

The 2009 season proved to be a roller coaster season for the Saints. The ride however, ultimately ended in disappointment as the Saints trophy cabinet was laid bare for the first time since the 2003 campaign. Some sparkling performances were punctuated with below par matches as the club shaped a new team for the future and youth was given its head.

Sean still demonstrated in his last campaign how vital he was in the success of the club. He was instrumental in driving the pack forward and taking on defences. Sean left the club in second place on the club all time points scorers chart behind the legendary Kel Coslett.

One can get carried away when discussing players who collect points for fun but such references do highlight the importance of such players in bringing silverware to any club. Sean has scored 20 points in a match no fewer that 16 times. He has played for Great Britain on seven occasions and represented England in the 2000 World Cup. In four successive matches from July 16th. to August 6th. 2000, Sean scored over 20 points for the Club. Sean Long was the quintessential man for all seasons!

Dave Dooley

SEASON STATISTICS

Season (Official Matches)TriesGoalsDGoalsMatches
19977 40 0 19
199813 86 3 29
199923 116 2 31
200024 162 0 33
20018 64 1 16
20028 49 1 22
200318 118 1 35
2004 8 81 1 18
200517 66 2 23
200615 1 1 29
20072 29 6 23
20089 123 2 29
2009 4 54 3 24
TOTALS:156 989 23 331
Season (Other Matches)TriesGoalsDGoalsMatches
19994802
20001702
20010501
20020201
20042602
20070401
20080001
2009 1202
TOTALS:834012

ALL MATCHES

DatePosOpponentsCompSeasonVenueFTFTOTGDGNPS**
16th Jun 1997 L 7 Cronulla Sharks WCC 1997 H 8 48 2 V
22nd Jun 1997 L 7 Penrith Panthers WCC 1997 H 30 50 5 V
29th Jun 1997 W 7 Oldham Bears SL 1997 A 34 30 5 V
2nd Jul 1997 L 7 Sheffield Eagles SL 1997 A 12 14 V
6th Jul 1997 L 6 Bradford Bulls SL 1997 H 20 38 1 2 V
13th Jul 1997 W 6 Halifax Blue Sox SL 1997 H 38 20 1 1 V
21st Jul 1997 L 6 Cronulla Sharks WCC 1997 A 12 28 V
25th Jul 1997 L 6 Auckland Warriors WCC 1997 A 6 70 V
4th Aug 1997 L 6 Penrith Panthers WCC 1997 A 26 32 1 V
10th Aug 1997 W 6 Oldham Bears SL 1997 H 36 26 V
13th Aug 1997 W 7 Paris St.Germain WCCPO 1997 H 42 4 1 5 V
17th Aug 1997 L 7 Castleford Tigers SL 1997 A 16 35 2 V
22nd Aug 1997 W 7 Warrington Wolves SL 1997 A 22 20 3 V
25th Aug 1997 W 6 Leeds Rhinos SL 1997 H 25 18 2 V
31st Aug 1997 W 6 Paris St.Germain SL 1997 H 26 14 V
12th Sep 1997 W 7 Salford Reds PT 1997 H 26 12 2 3 V
19th Sep 1997 W 7 Castleford Tigers PTSF 1997 H 32 18 1 6 V
28th Sep 1997 L 7 Wigan Warriors PTF 1997 N 20 33 2 V
4th Oct 1997 L 7 Brisbane Broncos WCCQF 1997 A 12 66 2 V
15th Feb 1998 W 14 Featherstone Rovers SCCC4 1998 A 56 24 V
1st Mar 1998 W 14 Warrington Wolves SCCC5 1998 H 35 22 V
15th Mar 1998 L 14 Wigan Warriors SCCC6 1998 A 10 22 V
5th Apr 1998 W 14 Salford Reds SL 1998 A 18 14 1 V
10th Apr 1998 L 14 Wigan Warriors SL 1998 H 18 38 V
19th Apr 1998 W 6 Huddersfield Giants SL 1998 A 26 24 2 V
26th Apr 1998 W 6 Warrington Wolves SL 1998 H 36 14 2 1 V
10th May 1998 L 6 Bradford Bulls SL 1998 A 4 18 1 V
17th May 1998 W 6 Hull Sharks SL 1998 H 28 18 V
24th May 1998 L 6 Halifax Blue Sox SL 1998 A 10 16 V
31st May 1998 L 7 Leeds Rhinos SL 1998 H 18 31 3 V
7th Jun 1998 W 7 Castleford Tigers SL 1998 A 34 12 1 5 V
14th Jun 1998 W 7 London Broncos SL 1998 H 58 6 9 V
20th Jun 1998 L 7 Sheffield Eagles SL 1998 A 17 18 1 1 V
28th Jun 1998 W 6 Salford Reds SL 1998 H 48 12 1 V
5th Jul 1998 L 7 Wigan Warriors SL 1998 A 14 38 3 V
26th Jul 1998 L 6 Wigan Warriors SL 1998 N 2 36 V
2nd Aug 1998 W 7 Huddersfield Giants SL 1998 H 68 18 10 V
9th Aug 1998 W 7 Warrington Wolves SL 1998 A 48 18 2 8 V
16th Aug 1998 W 7 Bradford Bulls SL 1998 H 33 25 1 6 1 V
23rd Aug 1998 W 7 Hull Sharks SL 1998 A 20 6 2 V
30th Aug 1998 W 7 Halifax Blue Sox SL 1998 H 36 6 5 V
4th Sep 1998 L 7 Leeds Rhinos SL 1998 A 18 37 3 V
13th Sep 1998 D 7 Castleford Tigers SL 1998 H 32 32 6 V
18th Sep 1998 W 7 London Broncos SL 1998 A 37 22 4 1 V
25th Sep 1998 W 7 Sheffield Eagles SL 1998 H 50 0 1 7 V
2nd Oct 1998 W 7 Bradford Bulls SLEPO 1998 H 46 24 1 7 V
9th Oct 1998 W 7 Halifax Blue Sox SLESF 1998 A 37 30 6 V
18th Oct 1998 L 7 Leeds Rhinos SLEF 1998 A 16 44 V
24th Jan 1999 W 7 Swinton Lions* Fr 1999 H 48 4 3 6 V
14th Feb 1999 W 7 Hunslet Hawks SCCC4 1999 A 40 10 1 4 V
27th Feb 1999 L 7 Leeds Rhinos SCCC5 1999 A 16 24 4 V
7th Mar 1999 W 7 Salford Reds SL 1999 A 30 12 3 3 V
21st Mar 1999 W 7 Gateshead Thunder SL 1999 H 34 22 1 5 V
2nd Apr 1999 W 7 Wigan Warriors SL 1999 A 14 12 V
5th Apr 1999 W 7 Bradford Bulls SL 1999 H 58 14 V
9th Apr 1999 W 7 London Broncos SL 1999 A 34 18 V
18th Apr 1999 W 7 Sheffield Eagles SL 1999 H 39 30 7 V
25th Apr 1999 W 7 Hull Sharks SL 1999 A 30 10 1 5 V
4th May 1999 W 7 Leeds Rhinos SL 1999 H 62 18 2 7 V
7th May 1999 W 7 Huddersfield Giants SL 1999 A 11 0 1 1 V
14th May 1999 L 7 Wakefield Wildcats SL 1999 A 22 23 1 3 V
19th May 1999 W 7 Castleford Tigers SL 1999 A 33 14 1 4 V
23rd May 1999 W 7 Warrington Wolves SL 1999 H 57 20 2 8 V
30th May 1999 W 7 Halifax Blue sox SL 1999 A 28 22 2 V
6th Jun 1999 W 7 Salford Reds SL 1999 H 48 0 6 V
13th Jun 1999 L 7 Gateshead Thunder SL 1999 A 20 32 1 2 V
20th Jun 1999 L 7 Wigan Warriors SL 1999 H 18 24 3 V
25th Jun 1999 L 6 Bradford Bulls SL 1999 A 22 46 3 V
30th Jun 1999 W 6 Halifax Blue sox SL 1999 H 46 10 1 4 V
4th Jul 1999 L 6 London Broncos SL 1999 H 22 24 3 V
10th Jul 1999 W 7 Sheffield Eagles SL 1999 A 21 16 4 V
18th Jul 1999 W 7 Hull Sharks SL 1999 H 74 16 2 V
23rd Jul 1999 W 7 Leeds Rhinos SL 1999 A 28 12 4 V
30th Jul 1999 W 7 Huddersfield Giants SL 1999 H 64 16 2 10 V
15th Aug 1999 W 6 Warrington Wolves SL 1999 A 35 12 1 5 1 V
22nd Aug 1999 W 6 Salford Reds SL 1999 A 23 10 1 5 V
25th Aug 1999 W 6 Castleford Tigers SL 1999 H 42 14 1 7 V
30th Aug 1999 L 7 Gateshead Thunder SL 1999 H 32 36 V
3rd Oct 1999 W 14 Castleford Tigers SLEF 1999 H 36 6 2 5 V
9th Oct 1999 W 14 Bradford Bulls SLGF 1999 N 8 6 2 V
26th Dec 1999 L 7 Wigan Warriors * Fr 1999 A 16 30 1 2 V
9th Jan 2000 W 7 Halifax Blue Sox* Fr 2000 A 29 26 1 6 V
24th Jan 2000 L 7 Melbourne Storm WCC 2000 N 6 44 1 V
28th Jan 2000 L 7 Huddersfield-Sheffield Giants* Fr 2000 H 10 20 1 V
13th Feb 2000 W 6 Swinton Lions SCCC4 2000 A 36 22 1 4 V
26th Feb 2000 L 6 Leeds Rhinos SCCC5 2000 A 20 26 1 6 V
3rd Mar 2000 L 6 Bradford Bulls SL 2000 H 10 32 1 V
17th Mar 2000 W 7 Hull Sharks SL 2000 A 28 20 1 4 V
2nd Apr 2000 W 7 Wakefield Trinity SL 2000 H 29 22 1 4 V
7th Apr 2000 W 7 Leeds Rhinos SL 2000 A 42 14 1 5 V
16th Apr 2000 W 7 Halifax Blue Sox SL 2000 H 52 20 1 8 V
21st Apr 2000 W 7 Wigan Warriors SL 2000 H 38 14 7 V
24th Apr 2000 W 7 Warrington Wolves SL 2000 A 47 34 2 9 V
1st May 2000 W 7 Huddersfield-Sheffield Giants SL 2000 H 50 30 3 V
12th May 2000 W 7 London Broncos SL 2000 A 26 20 2 V
21st May 2000 W 7 Salford Reds SL 2000 H 46 22 2 7 V
28th May 2000 W 7 Hull Sharks SL 2000 H 27 14 5 V
2nd Jun 2000 L 7 Bradford Bulls SL 2000 A 16 17 1 2 V
11th Jun 2000 W 7 Wakefield Trinity SL 2000 A 30 22 1 2 V
18th Jun 2000 L 7 Leeds Rhinos SL 2000 H 20 42 4 V
23rd Jun 2000 W 7 Halifax Blue Sox SL 2000 A 28 24 4 V
30th Jun 2000 W 7 Warrington Wolves SL 2000 H 50 20 7 V
9th Jul 2000 W 7 Wigan Warriors SL 2000 A 30 28 5 V
16th Jul 2000 W 7 Huddersfield-Sheffield Giants SL 2000 A 40 24 2 6 V
21st Jul 2000 W 7 Castleford Tigers SL 2000 H 42 18 2 7 V
30th Jul 2000 W 7 Salford Reds SL 2000 A 58 4 1 9 V
6th Aug 2000 W 7 London Broncos SL 2000 H 46 12 2 7 V
13th Aug 2000 L 7 Wakefield Trinity SL 2000 A 16 32 2 V
20th Aug 2000 W 7 Warrington Wolves SL 2000 H 58 18 9 V
27th Aug 2000 W 7 Salford Reds SL 2000 H 50 28 1 7 V
1st Sep 2000 W 7 Leeds Rhinos SL 2000 A 35 20 5 V
9th Sep 2000 W 7 London Broncos SL 2000 A 38 12 7 V
15th Sep 2000 L 7 Wigan Warriors SL 2000 H 4 42 V
22nd Sep 2000 W 7 Bradford Bulls SLQPO 2000 H 16 11 2 V
29th Sep 2000 W 7 Wigan Warriors SLQF 2000 A 54 16 2 9 V
14th Oct 2000 W 7 Wigan Warriors SLGF 2000 N 29 16 4 V
5th Jan 2001 W 7 Salford City Reds* Fr 2001 H 46 20 5 V
26th Jan 2001 W 7 Brisbane Broncos WCC 2001 N 20 18 1 3 1 V
10th Feb 2001 W 7 Wigan Warriors SCCC4 2001 H 22 8 3 V
4th Mar 2001 L 7 Bradford Bulls SL 2001 A 24 31 1 4 V
9th Mar 2001 W 7 Huddersfield Giants SCCC6 2001 H 54 16 2 7 V
16th Mar 2001 W 7 Huddersfield Giants SL 2001 H 44 22 1 6 V
24th Mar 2001 W 7 London Broncos SL 2001 A 20 18 2 V
31st Mar 2001 W 7 Leeds Rhinos SCCCSF 2001 N 27 22 1 3 V
6th Apr 2001 W 7 Wakefield Trinity SL 2001 H 24 0 4 V
13th Apr 2001 D 7 Wigan Warriors SL 2001 A 22 22 1 3 V
16th Apr 2001 W 7 Hull FC SL 2001 H 38 34 5 V
28th Apr 2001 W 7 Bradford Bulls SCCCF 2001 N 13 6 2 V
4th May 2001 L 7 Leeds Rhinos SL 2001 A 16 74 2 V
9th May 2001 W 7 Castleford Tigers SL 2001 H 36 16 1 4 V
11th May 2001 W 7 Halifax Blue Sox SL 2001 H 32 26 4 V
18th May 2001 W 7 Salford City Reds SL 2001 H 66 16 11 V
28th May 2001 W 7 Huddersfield Giants SL 2001 A 44 26 1 V
28th Jan 2002 W 7 Widnes Vikings* Fr 2002 H 24 10 2 V
10th Feb 2002 W 7 Oldham KNGCC4 2002 A 40 6 1 3 V
23rd Feb 2002 W 7 Warrington Wolves KNGCC5 2002 A 36 14 1 6 V
2nd Mar 2002 W 7 Widnes Vikings SL 2002 A 15 14 1 3 V
8th Mar 2002 W 7 Salford Reds SL 2002 H 34 2 3 V
17th Mar 2002 W 7 Halifax Blue Sox KNGCC6 2002 A 26 20 1 5 V
22nd Mar 2002 W 7 Hull SL 2002 H 33 14 1 5 V
28th Mar 2002 L 7 London Broncos SL 2002 A 6 40 1 V
1st Apr 2002 W 7 Wigan Warriors SL 2002 H 19 0 3 V
6th Apr 2002 W 7 Leeds Rhinos SL 2002 H 30 26 5 V
14th Apr 2002 W 7 Leeds Rhinos KNGCCSF 2002 N 42 16 5 V
27th Apr 2002 L 7 Wigan Warriors KNGCCF 2002 N 12 21 V
19th Jul 2002 W 7 London Broncos SL 2002 H 22 14 V
26th Jul 2002 W 7 Halifax Blue Sox SL 2002 A 21 18 V
30th Jul 2002 L 7 Wigan Warriors SL 2002 A 8 22 V
3rd Aug 2002 W 7 Warrington Wolves SL 2002 H 72 2 V
9th Aug 2002 W 7 Wakefield Trinity SL 2002 H 34 2 5 V
16th Aug 2002 W 7 Bradford Bulls SL 2002 A 50 22 1 V
23rd Aug 2002 W 7 Halifax Blue Sox SL 2002 H 64 0 V
30th Aug 2002 W 7 Leeds Rhinos SL 2002 H 38 18 V
5th Oct 2002 L 14 Bradford Bulls SLQSF 2002 H 26 28 1 V
11th Oct 2002 W 7 Wigan Warriors SLEF 2002 H 24 8 2 V
19th Oct 2002 W 7 Bradford Bulls SLGF 2002 N 19 18 1 3 1 V
8th Feb 2003 W 7 Union Treiziste Catalane PCC4 2003 A 70 6 4 9 V
14th Feb 2003 L 7 Sydney City Roosters WCC 2003 N 0 38 V
21st Feb 2003 W 7 Bradford Bulls SL 2003 H 46 22 7 V
28th Feb 2003 W 7 Batley Bulldogs PCC5 2003 H 38 12 4 V
8th Mar 2003 W 7 Widnes Vikings SL 2003 A 22 4 1 3 V
16th Mar 2003 W 7 Salford City Reds PCC6 2003 A 54 6 1 7 V
21st Mar 2003 W 7 Castleford Tigers SL 2003 H 54 12 3 9 V
30th Mar 2003 L 7 Huddersfield Giants SL 2003 A 22 36 1 2 V
5th Apr 2003 L 7 Leeds Rhinos SL 2003 H 16 24 1 V
12th Apr 2003 L 14 Leeds Rhinos PCCSF ** 2003 N 26 33 V
18th Apr 2003 L 7 Wigan Warriors SL 2003 A 22 24 V
21st Apr 2003 W 14 Warrington Wolves SL 2003 H 56 6 V
2nd May 2003 W 7 Halifax SL 2003 A 38 0 1 V
9th May 2003 L 7 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats SL 2003 H 10 16 V
16th May 2003 W 7 London Broncos SL 2003 H 62 16 2 V
26th May 2003 L 7 Hull FC SL 2003 A 6 30 V
1st Jun 2003 D 7 Warrington Wolves SL 2003 A 30 30 1 V
6th Jun 2003 L 7 Wigan Warriors SL 2003 H 34 38 V
13th Jun 2003 L 7 Leeds Rhinos SL 2003 A 14 20 1 V
20th Jun 2003 W 6 Halifax SL 2003 H 58 2 1 9 V
27th Jun 2003 W 6 Bradford Bulls SL 2003 A 35 0 5 1 V
4th Jul 2003 W 6 Widnes Vikings SL 2003 H 32 18 5 V
11th Jul 2003 W 6 Castleford Tigers SL 2003 A 46 32 1 7 V
18th Jul 2003 W 6 Huddersfield Giants SL 2003 H 22 18 3 V
27th Jul 2003 W 6 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats SL 2003 A 36 15 2 6 V
3rd Aug 2003 W 6 London Broncos SL 2003 A 30 18 5 V
9th Aug 2003 W 6 Hull FC SL 2003 H 28 18 6 V
15th Aug 2003 W 7 Castleford Tigers SL 2003 H 26 10 5 V
24th Aug 2003 L 6 Hull FC SL 2003 A 18 42 3 V
31st Aug 2003 W 6 Widnes Vikings SL 2003 A 40 4 6 V
5th Sep 2003 L 6 Wigan Warriors SL 2003 H 4 28 V
12th Sep 2003 L 7 Leeds Rhinos SL 2003 A 20 30 4 V
19th Sep 2003 L 7 Bradford Bulls SL 2003 H 18 22 3 V
26th Sep 2003 W 7 London Broncos SLEPO 2003 H 24 6 2 4 V
3rd Oct 2003 L 7 Wigan Warriors SLESF 2003 A 24 40 2 V
6th Feb 2004 W 7 Salford City Reds* Fr 2004 H 20 10 2 V
12th Feb 2004 W 7 Widnes Vikings* Fr 2004 H 36 14 2 4 V
20th Feb 2004 W 7 Hull FC SL 2004 H 30 16 3 V
29th Feb 2004 W 7 Bradford Bulls PCC4 2004 A 30 10 1 4 V
6th Mar 2004 W 7 London Broncos SL 2004 A 26 12 3 V
13th Mar 2004 W 7 Leeds Rhinos PCC5 2004 H 24 14 4 V
19th Mar 2004 W 7 Widnes Vikings SL 2004 H 38 20 2 6 V
28th Mar 2004 W 7 Hull FC PCC6 2004 H 31 26 1 5 V
2nd Apr 2004 W 7 Castleford Tigers SL 2004 A 22 14 3 V
9th Apr 2004 D 7 Wigan Warriors SL 2004 H 21 21 2 1 V
25th Apr 2004 W 7 Huddersfield Giants PCCSF 2004 N 46 6 1 3 V
30th Apr 2004 W 7 Leeds Rhinos SL 2004 H 56 10 8 V
7th May 2004 W 7 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats SL 2004 H 26 20 3 V
15th May 2004 W 7 Wigan Warriors PCCF 2004 N 32 16 6 V
22nd May 2004 W 7 Warrington Wolves SL 2004 A 50 20 1 7 V
29th May 2004 W 7 Bradford Bulls SL 2004 H 35 30 1 7 V
4th Jun 2004 L 7 Wigan Warriors SL 2004 A 14 30 3 V
11th Jun 2004 W 7 Castleford Tigers SL 2004 H 52 8 1 6 V
17th Sep 2004 L 7 Bradford Bulls SL 2004 A 24 64 4 V
25th Sep 2004 L 7 Wigan Warriors SLEPO 2004 A 12 18 4 V
11th Feb 2005 W 7 Widnes Vikings SL 2005 H 40 18 1 V
18th Feb 2005 L 7 Leeds Rhinos SL 2005 A 18 30 V
11th Mar 2005 W 7 Salford City Reds SL 2005 H 46 12 2 V
19th Mar 2005 W 7 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats SL 2005 H 64 16 V
25th Mar 2005 L 7 Wigan Warriors SL 2005 A 20 22 V
28th Mar 2005 W 7 Bradford Bulls SL 2005 H 34 27 V
3rd Apr 2005 W 7 Huddersfield Giants PCC4 2005 A 26 22 V
8th Apr 2005 W 7 Leigh Centurions SL 2005 H 60 16 2 5 V
24th Apr 2005 W 14 Huddersfield Giants SL 2005 A 36 22 V
29th Apr 2005 W 7 Warrington Wolves SL 2005 H 31 30 1 5 1 V
6th May 2005 W 7 York City Knights PCC5 2005 H 62 0 2 7 V
13th May 2005 L 7 Hull FC SL 2005 A 6 44 1 V
21st May 2005 W 7 Widnes Vikings SL 2005 A 29 22 3 V
27th May 2005 W 7 Leeds Rhinos SL 2005 H 38 24 1 7 V
4th Jun 2005 W 7 Bradford Bulls SL 2005 A 66 4 1 7 V
10th Jun 2005 W 7 Salford City Reds SL 2005 A 33 22 1 4 1 V
17th Jun 2005 D 7 London Broncos SL 2005 H 28 28 1 2 V
30th Jul 2005 L 7 Hull FC PCCSF 2005 N 8 34 V
5th Aug 2005 W 7 Warrington Wolves SL 2005 A 30 10 1 V
12th Aug 2005 W 7 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats SL 2005 H 60 4 1 10 V
20th Aug 2005 W 7 London Broncos SL 2005 H 50 4 1 6 V
4th Sep 2005 W 7 Leigh Centurions SL 2005 A 78 4 2 6 V
9th Sep 2005 W 7 Wigan Warriors SL 2005 A 38 12 3 V
11th Feb 2006 W 7 Harlequins RL SL 2006 A 40 16 V
17th Feb 2006 W 7 Castleford Tigers SL 2006 H 44 8 1 V
24th Feb 2006 W 7 Leeds Rhinos SL 2006 H 13 4 1 V
3rd Mar 2006 W 7 Warrington Wolves SL 2006 A 18 10 V
17th Mar 2006 W 7 Bradford Bulls SL 2006 H 38 16 1 V
24th Mar 2006 W 7 Hull FC SL 2006 A 46 0 V
31st Mar 2006 W 7 Doncaster Lakers PCC4 2006 H 56 6 1 V
7th Apr 2006 W 7 Harlequins RL SL 2006 H 16 6 V
14th Apr 2006 W 7 Wigan Warriors SL 2006 H 48 10 1 V
17th Apr 2006 W 7 Catalans Dragons SL 2006 A 34 20 1 V
21st Apr 2006 W 7 Salford City Reds SL 2006 A 12 10 V
28th Apr 2006 W 7 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats SL 2006 H 34 8 1 1 V
12th May 2006 W 7 Warrington Wolves SL 2006 H 34 22 V
20th May 2006 W 7 Bradford Bulls PCC5 2006 H 42 18 V
27th May 2006 W 7 Wigan Warriors SL 2006 A 28 14 V
3rd Jun 2006 W 7 Catalan Dragons PCC6 2006 H 56 10 1 V
8th Jun 2006 L 7 Hull FC SL 2006 H 26 27 1 V
16th Jun 2006 L 7 Bradford Bulls SL 2006 A 18 20 V
24th Jun 2006 W 7 Salford City Reds SL 2006 H 28 6 V
2nd Jul 2006 W 7 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats SL 2006 A 52 36 1 V
7th Jul 2006 W 7 Catalan Dragons SL 2006 H 52 26 1 V
29th Jul 2006 W 7 Hull Kingston Rovers PCCSF 2006 N 50 0 1 V
13th Aug 2006 W 7 Castleford Tigers SL 2006 A 72 4 2 V
26th Aug 2006 W 7 Huddersfield Giants PCCF 2006 N 42 12 1 V
1st Sep 2006 W 7 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats SL 2006 H 34 12 V
9th Sep 2006 W 7 Leeds Rhinos SL 2006 H 54 18 1 V
17th Sep 2006 W 7 Warrington Wolves SL 2006 A 38 30 V
29th Sep 2006 W 7 Hull FC SLPOQF 2006 H 12 8 V
14th Oct 2006 W 7 Hull FC SLGF 2006 N 26 4 V
28th Jan 2007 W 7 Leigh Centurions* Fr 2007 H 40 10 4 V
4th Feb 2007 W 7 Huddersfield Giants SL 2007 A 18 10 1 V
9th Feb 2007 L 7 Harlequins RL SL 2007 H 6 14 1 V
18th Feb 2007 L 7 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats SL 2007 A 22 29 3 V
23rd Feb 2007 W 7 Brisbane Broncos WCC 2007 N 18 14 V
2nd Mar 2007 W 7 Bradford Bulls SL 2007 H 34 22 V
9th Mar 2007 W 7 Warrington Wolves SL 2007 A 48 12 6 V
17th Mar 2007 L 7 Hull FC SL 2007 A 12 24 V
23rd Mar 2007 W 7 Hull Kingston Rovers SL 2007 H 42 14 V
30th Mar 2007 W 7 Batley Bulldogs CCC4 2007 H 78 14 V
6th Apr 2007 W 7 Wigan Warriors SL 2007 A 32 14 1 V
9th Apr 2007 W 7 Salford City Reds SL 2007 H 48 4 1 2 V
13th Apr 2007 W 7 Catalans Dragons SL 2007 H 53 10 1 V
21st Apr 2007 L 7 Leeds Rhinos SL 2007 A 19 38 1 V
29th Apr 2007 W 7 Harlequins RL SL 2007 A 44 6 V
5th May 2007 W 7 Wigan Warriors SL 2007 N 34 18 V
9th Jun 2007 W 7 Warrington Wolves CCC6 2007 H 25 14 1 V
20th Jul 2007 W 14 Wigan Warriors SL 2007 H 19 12 2 1 V
28th Jul 2007 W 7 Bradford Bulls CCCSF 2007 N 35 14 4 1 V
3rd Aug 2007 W 7 Hull FC SL 2007 H 31 20 1 3 1 V
11th Aug 2007 L 7 Catalans Dragons SL 2007 A 0 21 V
25th Aug 2007 W 7 Catalans Dragons CCCF 2007 N 30 8 5 V
31st Aug 2007 W 7 Harlequins RL SL 2007 H 32 10 V
13th Oct 2007 L 7 Leeds Rhinos SLGF 2007 N 6 33 1 V
2nd Feb 2008 W 7 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats * Fr 2008 H 38 22 V
10th Feb 2008 L 7 Hull Kingston Rovers SL 2008 A 22 24 V
15th Feb 2008 W 7 Warrington Wolves SL 2008 H 30 22 V
22nd Feb 2008 W 7 Bradford Bulls SL 2008 A 22 16 3 V
2nd Mar 2008 W 7 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats SL 2008 H 34 30 5 V
21st Mar 2008 W 7 Wigan Warriors SL 2008 H 46 10 1 4 V
24th Mar 2008 L 7 Huddersfield Giants SL 2008 A 26 28 5 V
28th Mar 2008 L 7 Leeds Rhinos SL 2008 H 10 14 3 V
6th Apr 2008 L 7 Castleford Tigers SL 2008 A 24 30 4 V
11th Apr 2008 W 7 Harlequins RL SL 2008 H 58 12 1 9 V
25th Apr 2008 W 7 Warrington Wolves SL 2008 A 30 22 3 V
4th May 2008 W 7 Wigan Warriors SL 2008 N 57 16 3 7 1 V
10th May 2008 W 7 Warrington Wolves CCC5 2008 H 40 34 6 V
17th May 2008 W 7 Catalans Dragons SL 2008 H 28 10 2 V
25th May 2008 W 7 Hull FC SL 2008 A 16 8 2 V
1st Jun 2008 W 7 Hull Kingston Rovers CCC6 2008 A 24 18 1 4 V
6th Jun 2008 W 7 Hull Kingston Rovers SL 2008 H 52 10 7 V
13th Jun 2008 W 7 Bradford Bulls SL 2008 H 58 20 9 V
20th Jun 2008 W 7 Leeds Rhinos SL 2008 A 26 12 3 V
29th Jun 2008 W 7 Huddersfield Giants SL 2008 H 46 16 1 4 V
5th Jul 2008 W 7 Harlequins RL SL 2008 A 54 0 6 V
11th Jul 2008 W 7 Castleford Tigers SL 2008 H 68 12 1 8 V
18th Jul 2008 W 7 Wigan Warriors SL 2008 A 46 12 1 6 V
26th Jul 2008 W 7 Leeds Rhinos CCCSF 2008 N 26 16 5 V
9th Aug 2008 W 7 Warrington Wolves SL 2008 H 17 16 2 1 V
24th Aug 2008 W 7 Huddersfield Giants SL 2008 A 40 22 3 V
30th Aug 2008 W 7 Hull FC CCCF 2008 N 28 16 4 V
5th Sep 2008 D 7 Wigan Warriors SL 2008 H 16 16 2 V
19th Sep 2008 W 7 Leeds Rhinos SLQSF 2008 H 38 10 5 V
4th Oct 2008 L 7 Leeds Rhinos SLGF 2008 N 16 24 2 V
18th Jan 2009 W 7 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats * Fr 2009 H 26 22 V
1st Feb 2009 W 7 Widnes Vikings * Fr 2009 A 54 6 1 2 V
13th Feb 2009 W 7 Warrington Wolves SL 2009 H 26 14 1 V
22nd Feb 2009 W 7 Huddersfield Giants SL 2009 A 23 6 1 1 V
27th Feb 2009 L 7 Hull Kingston Rovers SL 2009 H 19 20 3 1 V
7th Mar 2009 W 7 Celtic Crusaders SL 2009 A 4 0 V
13th Mar 2009 W 7 Salford City Reds SL 2009 H 38 12 5 V
20th Mar 2009 W 7 Leeds Rhinos SL 2009 H 26 18 3 V
13th Apr 2009 W 7 Hull FC SL 2009 H 44 22 3 V
19th Apr 2009 W 7 Castleford Tigers SL 2009 A 68 22 10 V
24th Apr 2009 L 7 Bradford Bulls SL 2009 H 30 34 1 3 V
2nd May 2009 L 7 Wigan Warriors SL 2009 N 18 38 1 2 V
10th May 2009 W 7 Catalans Dragons CCC5 2009 H 42 8 4 V
16th May 2009 W 7 Catalans Dragons SL 2009 A 32 28 4 V
22nd May 2009 W 7 Harlequins RL SL 2009 H 22 12 3 V
30th May 2009 W 7 Gateshead Thunder CCC6 2009 A 66 6 1 V
5th Jun 2009 W 7 Hull FC SL 2009 A 30 6 3 V
12th Jun 2009 W 7 Castleford Tigers SL 2009 H 50 10 1 3 V
26th Jun 2009 W 7 Celtic Crusaders SL 2009 H 30 0 5 V
3rd Jul 2009 L 7 Salford City Reds SL 2009 A 10 20 V
21st Aug 2009 W 7 Huddersfield Giants SL 2009 H 12 10 V
4th Sep 2009 L 7 Leeds Rhinos SL 2009 A 10 18 V
11th Sep 2009 L 7 Catalans Dragons SL 2009 H 12 24 V
19th Sep 2009 W 7 Huddersfield Giants SLQPO2 2009 H 15 2 1 V
3rd Oct 2009 W 7 Wigan Warriors SLQSF2 2009 H 14 10 1 V
10th Oct 2009 L 7 Leeds Rhinos SLGF 2009 N 10 18 V
*Unofficial Match. **Non Playing Sub.
CALCULATED APPEARANCES : OFFICIAL 319 OTHER 12 = 331
ACTUAL APPEARANCES (inc 12 Subs) = 331

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