Paul Sculthorpe

OVERALL STATISTICS

BIRTHAGESIGNED ONFROMDEBUTLAST MATCHLEFT
22-09-1977
N/A
01-01-1998
Warrington Wolves
15-02-1998 v Featherstone Rovers
Leeds Rhinos
2008- when he Retired
CAREERAPPEARANCES (SUBS)TRIESGOALSDGOALSPTS
1998-2008
261 (5)
113
392
10
1246

BIOGRAPHY

There cant be too many bargains that come with a world record price tag of 375 000 but Scully must have come close to the top of the list. Paul Sculthorpe was born in Burnley on the 22nd. September 1977. The world record for a Rugby League forward was sealed on January 1st. 1998 when Paul joined the Saints from local rivals Warrington. His first match for the Saints was in the away RLCC tie against Featherstone Rovers on February 15th. 1998 when Scully made his mark with a two-try performance as Saints triumphed by 54 points to 24.

By the time the millennium rolled round Paul Sculthorpe had become one of the most complete players ever to have played the game. His versatility was demonstrated by his ability to switch from forwards to backs between games and within games. Injuries to regular half backs Sean Long and Tommy Martyn forced Ian Millward to play Paul at stand off during the 2001 season; the same crisis presented the goal-kicking role to Scully. Sculthorpe excelled in all these roles even resulting in his selection for Great Britain as a half back. His playing qualities were equally extensive. Paul could play the role of a hard-running forward or slot into a more creative role with brilliant offloads, relieving long range kicks, attacking grubber kicks or even drop goals.

In the 1998 season Paul was drafted into a Saints team that was in the process of being rebuilt. Paul was going to be a mainstay of the team for the next eight seasons as the team was reconstructed around Sean Long and Keiron Cunningham ably led by stalwarts Chris Joynt, Paul Newlove and Tommy Martyn. It was a dazzling combination that entertained royally and was virtually guaranteed success for the Saints. In all Paul Sculthorpe started 25 matches in his first season for the Saints and came on as substitute on one occasion scoring eight tries in the process.

The 1999 season brought a new coach to the Saints in the legendary shape of Ellery Hanley. Scully settled into the Saints outfit and was a key member of the team that lifted the Super League Championship trophy as Hanley gave Paul his first experience in the stand off role at the end of that turbulent season. Indeed, Scully played the last six matches in that position as the Saints clicked into a timely gear. Sculthorpe characterised the grit and determination that was so evident in the team that season and was so important in clawing back the Bradford lead to clinch a first Grand Final win at Old Trafford by 8 points to 6. In all Scully made 31 appearances that season scoring 11 tries.

The 2000 season brought Ian Millward to the club and Paul played brilliantly in the pack for most of the season only reverting to standoff on four occasions. Under Millward Saints developed a scintillating style of play that strung together a long unbeaten run of 11 matches in the first half of the league campaign. Besides netting 8 tries during the campaign Paul dropped three vital drop goals for the Saints including a one-pointer against Wigan in the Super League Grand Final as Saints romped to a second successive Championship.

The 2001 season was a traumatic one for the Saints as a disastrous run of injuries disrupted the second half of the season for the Champions. However, "Cometh the hour, cometh the man" and Paul Sculthorpe accepted the responsibility to inspire a Saints side with stunning individual performances throughout the campaign. Paul was instrumental in the one of Saints greatest ever nights, as Brisbane Broncos were overcome in a Bolton blizzard to capture the World Championship by 20 points to 18. As the teams were locked at 18 points each Paul was the man on the spot to push saints into a one point lead with a brilliantly taken drop goal. Again he was a great influence as Saints dominated Bradford Bulls in the 2001 Challenge Cup Final and Saints seemed set to retain all the trophies on offer. However, as a late challenge on Sean Long in the away match at Huddersfield ended the scrum halfs season the responsibility of goal-kicking and the stand off berth were handed to Scully. In a magnificent effort Paul ended the season with 27 tries and 82 goals for a grand tally of 273 points. This tally included two hat tricks against Warrington and Leeds. His performances were capped with the prestigious "Man of Steel" award presented to the outstanding player in the competition. Nevertheless, these heroics were not enough to retain the Championship as injuries to Long, Fairleigh and Newlove ruined Saints climax to the season. Paul completed the year playing an important role in the Great Britain team in the 2001 Ashes series.

The 2002 campaign witnessed Paul Sculthorpe in scintillating form yet again. The team finished the year at the top of the table with Paul making 33 appearances and scoring 17 tries and kicking 114 goals and a drop goal in the process for a total of 273 points. This points spree include two ten-goal performances against Hull and Warrington. The 2002 Grand Final saw Paul collect his third Championship ring as Saints earned a last minute victory over the now paranoid Bradford Bulls by 19 points to 18. Pauls brilliance was rewarded with the award of the "Man of Steel", the first time a player had won the accolade in successive seasons.

The 2003 season brought niggling injuries for Paul that seemed to disrupt the Saints set-up as the campaign progressed. A landmark points scoring haul was amassed by Paul on the 7th of July as Scully collected 30 points from 11 goals and 4 tries. However, the Saints were to end the season with an empty trophy cabinet.

In the 2004 season Saints and Scully had made a whirlwind start to the campaign playing some of the finest rugby ever witnessed at Knowsley Road. Paul started the season as a proud captain of the Saints and led like a lion. 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. Scully stood tall throughout this period exhibiting great flair in attack and remained solid in the Saints defence. The reward at the start of his testimonial season was a fourth Challenge Cup winners medal as Saints prevailed over the old enemy by 32 points to 16 in the Costa del Cardiff.

At the end of that campaign of 2004 he had already made almost 200 appearances for the club and scored 100 tries, kicking 285 goals and dropping eight goals for an impressive aggregate of 978 points. Having become only the fourth Saints player to score 100 tries and kick 100 goals, Scully is agonisingly close to his next two landmarks 200 club appearances and 1000 points for the Saints. Paul was a leading light in the end of season Tri-Natiuons tournament which ended in bitter disappointment following a heavy defeat in the Final against Australia.

The 2005 season was a curates egg for Paul with some excellent leadership and game displays marred by another injury which decimated the Saints campaign. After finishing top of the league two play-off defeats and a semi-final defeat to Hull in the Challenge Cup proved a disappointing end to the campaign. The end of season injury meant that Paul could not take up his appointment as Great Britain captain for the Tr-Nations series.

The 2006 season saw Saints win all the trophies in the domestic game. Scullys long held ambition to lead his country came to fruition in the mid-season Test Match against New Zealand at his beloved Knowsley Road. Sadly, Pauls match only latsed 15 minutes as he was sidelined again with another leg injury. The side under Pauls leadership ended the league campaign 8 points clear of nearest challengers Hull FC. A glorious run in the Challenge Cup witnessed Paul lift that trophy for the second time in three years with a 42 points to 12 victory over Huddersfield Giants. The only tinge of disappointment was Scullys obvious leg injury as Paul struggled with the pressures of the super-fast modern game. As the Saints marched towards another Grand Final Paul made the difficult decision to end his personal season and book in for an operation in an attempt to regain full bodily functions.

Paul regained fitness in time for the World Club Championship game against Brisbane Broncos on the 23rd of February 2007. What a return he made. Scully inspired his team with a lovely timed run to put the Saints back in the game. He also kicked three goals to cap a fine individual display on a night that saw the Saints crowned World Champions. Unfortunately, this was the highlight of the year for Paul as further injuries curtailed his appearances to just 12 matches in that campaign.

His last season again was dogged by injuries and frustration culminating in his final appearance in the 2008 Challenge Cup Final against Hull FC. Despite a victory and another winners medal to the collection, his short stay on the pitch before another injury brought the curtain down on a fantastic career.

On retirement Paul was retained by the club to utilise his personal and professional skills in attracting commercial enterprises to the club. If his efforts off the field are half as good as his on the field displays then St Helens are set to be a wealthy club for a long time to come. Paul was also inducted into the Saints Players Association Hall of Fame at their Annual Luncheon in 2015.

Dave Dooley

SEASON STATISTICS

Season (Official Matches)TriesGoalsDGoalsMatches
1998 8 0 0 26
199911 0 0 31
20008 0 3 28
200127 82 1 31
200217 114 1 33
200316 40 0 23
200413 49 3 27
20053 48 2 16
2006 4 6 0 20
20074 49 0 12
20082 4 0 14
TOTALS:113 392 10 261
Season (Other Matches)TriesGoalsDGoalsMatches
19981001
19990003
20000012
20011001
20020001
20041002
20052502
TOTALS:55112

ALL MATCHES

DatePosOpponentsCompSeasonVenueFTFTOTGDGNPS**
25th Jan 1998 W 13 Swinton Lions* Fr 1998 H 50 28 1 V
15th Feb 1998 W 12 Featherstone Rovers SCCC4 1998 A 56 24 2 V
1st Mar 1998 W 12 Warrington Wolves SCCC5 1998 H 35 22 V
15th Mar 1998 L 12 Wigan Warriors SCCC6 1998 A 10 22 V
5th Apr 1998 W 12 Salford Reds SL 1998 A 18 14 V
10th Apr 1998 L 12 Wigan Warriors SL 1998 H 18 38 V
10th May 1998 L 13 Bradford Bulls SL 1998 A 4 18 V
17th May 1998 W 13 Hull Sharks SL 1998 H 28 18 V
24th May 1998 L 12 Halifax Blue Sox SL 1998 A 10 16 1 V
31st May 1998 L 13 Leeds Rhinos SL 1998 H 18 31 V
7th Jun 1998 W 12 Castleford Tigers SL 1998 A 34 12 V
14th Jun 1998 W 12 London Broncos SL 1998 H 58 6 V
28th Jun 1998 W 12 Salford Reds SL 1998 H 48 12 V
5th Jul 1998 L 12 Wigan Warriors SL 1998 A 14 38 1 V
26th Jul 1998 L 12 Wigan Warriors SL 1998 N 2 36 V
2nd Aug 1998 W 13 Huddersfield Giants SL 1998 H 68 18 V
9th Aug 1998 W 13 Warrington Wolves SL 1998 A 48 18 1 V
16th Aug 1998 W 13 Bradford Bulls SL 1998 H 33 25 V
23rd Aug 1998 W 13 Hull Sharks SL 1998 A 20 6 V
30th Aug 1998 W 13 Halifax Blue Sox SL 1998 H 36 6 V
4th Sep 1998 L 13 Leeds Rhinos SL 1998 A 18 37 1 V
13th Sep 1998 D 12 Castleford Tigers SL 1998 H 32 32 V
18th Sep 1998 W 13 London Broncos SL 1998 A 37 22 1 V
25th Sep 1998 W 15 Sheffield Eagles SL 1998 H 50 0 V
2nd Oct 1998 W 13 Bradford Bulls SLEPO 1998 H 46 24 1 V
9th Oct 1998 W 13 Halifax Blue Sox SLESF 1998 A 37 30 V
18th Oct 1998 L 13 Leeds Rhinos SLEF 1998 A 16 44 V
24th Jan 1999 W 13 Swinton Lions* Fr 1999 H 48 4 V
29th Jan 1999 L 13 Warrington Wolves* Fr 1999 A 14 25 V
14th Feb 1999 W 13 Hunslet Hawks SCCC4 1999 A 40 10 2 V
27th Feb 1999 L 13 Leeds Rhinos SCCC5 1999 A 16 24 V
7th Mar 1999 W 13 Salford Reds SL 1999 A 30 12 1 V
21st Mar 1999 W 13 Gateshead Thunder SL 1999 H 34 22 V
2nd Apr 1999 W 13 Wigan Warriors SL 1999 A 14 12 V
5th Apr 1999 W 13 Bradford Bulls SL 1999 H 58 14 1 V
9th Apr 1999 W 13 London Broncos SL 1999 A 34 18 V
18th Apr 1999 W 13 Sheffield Eagles SL 1999 H 39 30 V
25th Apr 1999 W 13 Hull Sharks SL 1999 A 30 10 V
4th May 1999 W 13 Leeds Rhinos SL 1999 H 62 18 1 V
7th May 1999 W 13 Huddersfield Giants SL 1999 A 11 0 V
14th May 1999 L 13 Wakefield Wildcats SL 1999 A 22 23 1 V
19th May 1999 W 13 Castleford Tigers SL 1999 A 33 14 V
23rd May 1999 W 13 Warrington Wolves SL 1999 H 57 20 V
30th Jun 1999 W 13 Halifax Blue sox SL 1999 H 46 10 V
4th Jul 1999 L 13 London Broncos SL 1999 H 22 24 1 V
10th Jul 1999 W 13 Sheffield Eagles SL 1999 A 21 16 V
18th Jul 1999 W 13 Hull Sharks SL 1999 H 74 16 V
23rd Jul 1999 W 13 Leeds Rhinos SL 1999 A 28 12 V
30th Jul 1999 W 13 Huddersfield Giants SL 1999 H 64 16 V
8th Aug 1999 W 13 Wakefield Wildcats SL 1999 H 42 34 V
15th Aug 1999 W 13 Warrington Wolves SL 1999 A 35 12 V
22nd Aug 1999 W 13 Salford Reds SL 1999 A 23 10 V
25th Aug 1999 W 13 Castleford Tigers SL 1999 H 42 14 1 V
30th Aug 1999 L 13 Gateshead Thunder SL 1999 H 32 36 1 V
5th Sep 1999 L 6 Wigan Warriors SL 1999 A 20 28 1 V
10th Sep 1999 W 6 Bradford Bulls SL 1999 H 25 16 1 V
17th Sep 1999 W 6 Leeds Rhinos SLQPO 1999 H 38 14 V
26th Sep 1999 L 6 Bradford Bulls SLQF 1999 A 4 40 V
3rd Oct 1999 W 6 Castleford Tigers SLEF 1999 H 36 6 V
9th Oct 1999 W 6 Bradford Bulls SLGF 1999 N 8 6 V
26th Dec 1999 L 13 Wigan Warriors * Fr 1999 A 16 30 V
9th Jan 2000 W 6 Halifax Blue Sox* Fr 2000 A 29 26 1 V
24th Jan 2000 L 13 Melbourne Storm WCC 2000 N 6 44 V
13th Feb 2000 W 13 Swinton Lions SCCC4 2000 A 36 22 1 V
26th Feb 2000 L 13 Leeds Rhinos SCCC5 2000 A 20 26 1 V
3rd Mar 2000 L 13 Bradford Bulls SL 2000 H 10 32 V
17th Mar 2000 W 13 Hull Sharks SL 2000 A 28 20 1 V
2nd Apr 2000 W 13 Wakefield Trinity SL 2000 H 29 22 V
7th Apr 2000 W 13 Leeds Rhinos SL 2000 A 42 14 V
16th Apr 2000 W 13 Halifax Blue Sox SL 2000 H 52 20 V
7th May 2000 W 6 Castleford Tigers SL 2000 A 32 22 V
21st May 2000 W 13 Salford Reds SL 2000 H 46 22 V
28th May 2000 W 6 Hull Sharks SL 2000 H 27 14 1 V
2nd Jun 2000 L 6 Bradford Bulls SL 2000 A 16 17 V
11th Jun 2000 W 13 Wakefield Trinity SL 2000 A 30 22 V
18th Jun 2000 L 13 Leeds Rhinos SL 2000 H 20 42 V
9th Jul 2000 W 13 Wigan Warriors SL 2000 A 30 28 V
16th Jul 2000 W 13 Huddersfield-Sheffield Giants SL 2000 A 40 24 V
21st Jul 2000 W 13 Castleford Tigers SL 2000 H 42 18 1 V
30th Jul 2000 W 13 Salford Reds SL 2000 A 58 4 2 V
6th Aug 2000 W 13 London Broncos SL 2000 H 46 12 V
13th Aug 2000 L 13 Wakefield Trinity SL 2000 A 16 32 V
20th Aug 2000 W 13 Warrington Wolves SL 2000 H 58 18 1 V
27th Aug 2000 W 13 Salford Reds SL 2000 H 50 28 1 V
1st Sep 2000 W 6 Leeds Rhinos SL 2000 A 35 20 1 V
9th Sep 2000 W 13 London Broncos SL 2000 A 38 12 V
15th Sep 2000 L 13 Wigan Warriors SL 2000 H 4 42 V
22nd Sep 2000 W 13 Bradford Bulls SLQPO 2000 H 16 11 V
29th Sep 2000 W 13 Wigan Warriors SLQF 2000 A 54 16 V
14th Oct 2000 W 13 Wigan Warriors SLGF 2000 N 29 16 1 V
26th Dec 2000 L 6 Wigan Warriors* Fr 2000 A 20 40 V
5th Jan 2001 W 13 Salford City Reds* Fr 2001 H 46 20 1 V
26th Jan 2001 W 13 Brisbane Broncos WCC 2001 N 20 18 1 1 V
10th Feb 2001 W 13 Wigan Warriors SCCC4 2001 H 22 8 V
24th Mar 2001 W 13 London Broncos SL 2001 A 20 18 V
31st Mar 2001 W 13 Leeds Rhinos SCCCSF 2001 N 27 22 2 V
6th Apr 2001 W 6 Wakefield Trinity SL 2001 H 24 0 V
13th Apr 2001 D 6 Wigan Warriors SL 2001 A 22 22 1 V
16th Apr 2001 W 13 Hull FC SL 2001 H 38 34 V
20th Apr 2001 L 13 Warrington Wolves SL 2001 A 22 56 V
28th Apr 2001 W 13 Bradford Bulls SCCCF 2001 N 13 6 V
4th May 2001 L 6 Leeds Rhinos SL 2001 A 16 74 V
9th May 2001 W 13 Castleford Tigers SL 2001 H 36 16 V
11th May 2001 W 13 Halifax Blue Sox SL 2001 H 32 26 1 V
18th May 2001 W 13 Salford City Reds SL 2001 H 66 16 1 V
28th May 2001 W 13 Huddersfield Giants SL 2001 A 44 26 2 5 V
2nd Jun 2001 W 6 Bradford Bulls SL 2001 H 38 26 2 5 V
17th Jun 2001 W 6 Wakefield Trinity SL 2001 A 36 26 3 6 V
22nd Jun 2001 L 6 Wigan Warriors SL 2001 H 28 29 4 V
30th Jun 2001 L 6 Hull FC SL 2001 A 28 34 1 2 V
7th Jul 2001 W 13 Warrington Wolves SL 2001 H 70 16 2 11 V
13th Jul 2001 W 13 Leeds Rhinos SL 2001 H 46 24 3 7 V
22nd Jul 2001 W 6 Halifax Blue Sox SL 2001 A 46 22 1 7 V
29th Jul 2001 W 6 Salford City Reds SL 2001 A 56 18 1 8 V
3rd Aug 2001 L 13 Castleford Tigers SL 2001 A 26 28 3 V
10th Aug 2001 W 6 Wigan Warriors SL 2001 H 30 16 1 5 V
17th Aug 2001 L 6 Bradford Bulls SL 2001 A 14 27 1 V
31st Aug 2001 W 6 Castleford Tigers SL 2001 H 44 20 6 V
7th Sep 2001 L 6 Leeds Rhinos SL 2001 H 18 23 3 V
14th Sep 2001 L 6 Wigan Warriors SL 2001 A 6 40 1 1 V
22nd Sep 2001 W 6 Leeds Rhinos SLEPO 2001 H 38 30 2 5 V
28th Sep 2001 W 6 Hull FC SLESF 2001 A 24 20 1 2 V
6th Oct 2001 L 6 Wigan Warriors SLEF 2001 A 10 44 1 1 V
28th Jan 2002 W 13 Widnes Vikings* Fr 2002 H 24 10 V
10th Feb 2002 W 13 Oldham KNGCC4 2002 A 40 6 1 V
23rd Feb 2002 W 13 Warrington Wolves KNGCC5 2002 A 36 14 V
2nd Mar 2002 W 13 Widnes Vikings SL 2002 A 15 14 V
8th Mar 2002 W 13 Salford Reds SL 2002 H 34 2 2 V
17th Mar 2002 W 13 Halifax Blue Sox KNGCC6 2002 A 26 20 V
22nd Mar 2002 W 13 Hull SL 2002 H 33 14 V
28th Mar 2002 L 6 London Broncos SL 2002 A 6 40 V
1st Apr 2002 W 13 Wigan Warriors SL 2002 H 19 0 V
6th Apr 2002 W 13 Leeds Rhinos SL 2002 H 30 26 V
14th Apr 2002 W 13 Leeds Rhinos KNGCCSF 2002 N 42 16 1 V
27th Apr 2002 L 13 Wigan Warriors KNGCCF 2002 N 12 21 1 V
3rd May 2002 W 6 Halifax Blue Sox SL 2002 H 38 6 2 5 V
7th May 2002 L 6 Castleford Tigers SL 2002 A 22 36 1 3 V
12th May 2002 W 6 Warrington Wolves SL 2002 A 44 36 6 V
19th May 2002 W 6 Wakefield Trinity SL 2002 A 48 6 1 6 V
24th May 2002 W 6 Widnes Vikings SL 2002 H 56 6 1 7 V
1st Jun 2002 W 6 Salford Reds SL 2002 A 28 24 4 V
7th Jun 2002 W 6 Leeds Rhinos SL 2002 A 41 14 1 6 V
28th Jun 2002 W 6 Bradford Bulls SL 2002 H 34 26 2 5 V
4th Jul 2002 W 6 Hull SL 2002 A 32 30 1 6 V
19th Jul 2002 W 13 London Broncos SL 2002 H 22 14 3 V
26th Jul 2002 W 13 Halifax Blue Sox SL 2002 A 21 18 1 2 1 V
30th Jul 2002 L 6 Wigan Warriors SL 2002 A 8 22 2 V
3rd Aug 2002 W 13 Warrington Wolves SL 2002 H 72 2 1 10 V
16th Aug 2002 W 6 Bradford Bulls SL 2002 A 50 22 9 V
23rd Aug 2002 W 13 Halifax Blue Sox SL 2002 H 64 0 1 10 V
30th Aug 2002 W 13 Leeds Rhinos SL 2002 H 38 18 7 V
8th Sep 2002 L 6 Wigan Warriors SL 2002 A 8 48 2 V
13th Sep 2002 W 6 Hull SL 2002 H 64 10 1 10 V
22nd Sep 2002 W 6 London Broncos SL 2002 A 18 16 3 V
5th Oct 2002 L 6 Bradford Bulls SLQSF 2002 H 26 28 1 3 V
11th Oct 2002 W 6 Wigan Warriors SLEF 2002 H 24 8 1 2 V
19th Oct 2002 W 6 Bradford Bulls SLGF 2002 N 19 18 V
14th Feb 2003 L 13 Sydney City Roosters WCC 2003 N 0 38 V
21st Feb 2003 W 6 Bradford Bulls SL 2003 H 46 22 2 V
8th Mar 2003 W 6 Widnes Vikings SL 2003 A 22 4 V
16th Mar 2003 W 6 Salford City Reds PCC6 2003 A 54 6 2 V
21st Mar 2003 W 6 Castleford Tigers SL 2003 H 54 12 V
30th Mar 2003 L 6 Huddersfield Giants SL 2003 A 22 36 1 V
5th Apr 2003 L 6 Leeds Rhinos SL 2003 H 16 24 1 1 V
12th Apr 2003 L 6 Leeds Rhinos PCCSF ** 2003 N 26 33 1 5 V
18th Apr 2003 L 6 Wigan Warriors SL 2003 A 22 24 3 V
21st Apr 2003 W 6 Warrington Wolves SL 2003 H 56 6 1 8 V
2nd May 2003 W 13 Halifax SL 2003 A 38 0 1 5 V
9th May 2003 L 6 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats SL 2003 H 10 16 1 V
16th May 2003 W 6 London Broncos SL 2003 H 62 16 1 7 V
26th May 2003 L 6 Hull FC SL 2003 A 6 30 1 V
1st Jun 2003 D 6 Warrington Wolves SL 2003 A 30 30 2 3 V
6th Jun 2003 L 6 Wigan Warriors SL 2003 H 34 38 5 V
13th Jun 2003 L 6 Leeds Rhinos SL 2003 A 14 20 V
20th Jun 2003 W 13 Halifax SL 2003 H 58 2 4 V
27th Jun 2003 W 13 Bradford Bulls SL 2003 A 35 0 1 V
11th Jul 2003 W 13 Castleford Tigers SL 2003 A 46 32 V
18th Jul 2003 W 13 Huddersfield Giants SL 2003 H 22 18 V
26th Sep 2003 W 6 London Broncos SLEPO 2003 H 24 6 V
3rd Oct 2003 L 6 Wigan Warriors SLESF 2003 A 24 40 V
6th Feb 2004 W 13 Salford City Reds* Fr 2004 H 20 10 V
12th Feb 2004 W 13 Widnes Vikings* Fr 2004 H 36 14 1 V
20th Feb 2004 W 13 Hull FC SL 2004 H 30 16 V
29th Feb 2004 W 13 Bradford Bulls PCC4 2004 A 30 10 1 1 V
6th Mar 2004 W 13 London Broncos SL 2004 A 26 12 V
13th Mar 2004 W 12 Leeds Rhinos PCC5 2004 H 24 14 V
28th Mar 2004 W 6 Hull FC PCC6 2004 H 31 26 1 1 V
2nd Apr 2004 W 13 Castleford Tigers SL 2004 A 22 14 V
9th Apr 2004 D 6 Wigan Warriors SL 2004 H 21 21 V
16th Apr 2004 W 13 Salford City Reds SL 2004 H 40 4 3 V
25th Apr 2004 W 13 Huddersfield Giants PCCSF 2004 N 46 6 4 V
30th Apr 2004 W 13 Leeds Rhinos SL 2004 H 56 10 1 V
15th May 2004 W 13 Wigan Warriors PCCF 2004 N 32 16 1 V
22nd May 2004 W 13 Warrington Wolves SL 2004 A 50 20 V
29th May 2004 W 13 Bradford Bulls SL 2004 H 35 30 1 V
4th Jun 2004 L 13 Wigan Warriors SL 2004 A 14 30 1 V
11th Jun 2004 W 13 Castleford Tigers SL 2004 H 52 8 1 2 V
18th Jun 2004 W 13 Widnes Vikings SL 2004 A 40 12 1 6 V
26th Jun 2004 W 6 Warrington Wolves SL 2004 H 28 8 4 V
2nd Jul 2004 L 13 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats SL 2004 A 22 41 1 3 V
7th Jul 2004 W 6 Huddersfield Giants SL 2004 A 50 8 1 9 V
10th Jul 2004 W 13 London Broncos SL 2004 H 30 10 5 V
17th Jul 2004 L 13 Hull FC SL 2004 A 6 34 V
13th Aug 2004 L 6 London Broncos SL 2004 H 22 28 V
20th Aug 2004 L 13 Wigan Warriors SL 2004 A 18 27 3 V
27th Aug 2004 W 13 Huddersfield Giants SL 2004 H 48 12 4 V
5th Sep 2004 W 13 Warrington Wolves SL 2004 A 26 24 1 5 V
10th Sep 2004 L 6 Leeds Rhinos SL 2004 H 19 25 3 1 V
25th Sep 2004 L 13 Wigan Warriors SLEPO 2004 A 12 18 V
20th Jan 2005 W 6 Widnes Vikings* Fr 2005 A 22 16 1 2 V
2nd Feb 2005 W 13 Hull FC* Fr 2005 H 28 18 1 3 V
11th Feb 2005 W 6 Widnes Vikings SL 2005 H 40 18 6 V
18th Feb 2005 L 6 Leeds Rhinos SL 2005 A 18 30 3 V
25th Feb 2005 W 6 Huddersfield Giants SL 2005 H 34 24 2 V
11th Mar 2005 W 6 Salford City Reds SL 2005 H 46 12 7 V
19th Mar 2005 W 13 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats SL 2005 H 64 16 4 V
29th Apr 2005 W 13 Warrington Wolves SL 2005 H 31 30 V
6th May 2005 W 13 York City Knights PCC5 2005 H 62 0 V
13th May 2005 L 13 Hull FC SL 2005 A 6 44 V
21st May 2005 W 13 Widnes Vikings SL 2005 A 29 22 1 1 1 V
27th May 2005 W 13 Leeds Rhinos SL 2005 H 38 24 1 V
17th Jun 2005 D 13 London Broncos SL 2005 H 28 28 V
26th Jun 2005 W 13 Wigan Warriors PCC6 2005 H 75 0 9 1 V
3rd Jul 2005 W 7 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats SL 2005 A 38 26 1 3 V
15th Jul 2005 W 13 Wigan Warriors SL 2005 H 40 18 6 V
30th Jul 2005 L 13 Hull FC PCCSF 2005 N 8 34 2 V
5th Aug 2005 W 13 Warrington Wolves SL 2005 A 30 10 5 V
17th Feb 2006 W 12 Castleford Tigers SL 2006 H 44 8 V
24th Feb 2006 W 12 Leeds Rhinos SL 2006 H 13 4 V
12th Mar 2006 W 12 Huddersfield Giants SL 2006 A 18 16 V
17th Mar 2006 W 12 Bradford Bulls SL 2006 H 38 16 V
7th Apr 2006 W 12 Harlequins RL SL 2006 H 16 6 V
14th Apr 2006 W 12 Wigan Warriors SL 2006 H 48 10 1 V
21st Apr 2006 W 12 Salford City Reds SL 2006 A 12 10 V
28th Apr 2006 W 12 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats SL 2006 H 34 8 1 V
6th May 2006 L 12 Huddersfield Giants SL 2006 A 16 19 4 V
12th May 2006 W 13 Warrington Wolves SL 2006 H 34 22 V
20th May 2006 W 11 Bradford Bulls PCC5 2006 H 42 18 V
27th May 2006 W 11 Wigan Warriors SL 2006 A 28 14 V
3rd Jun 2006 W 12 Catalan Dragons PCC6 2006 H 56 10 V
8th Jun 2006 L 13 Hull FC SL 2006 H 26 27 V
16th Jun 2006 L 12 Bradford Bulls SL 2006 A 18 20 V
24th Jun 2006 W 12 Salford City Reds SL 2006 H 28 6 1 V
4th Aug 2006 W 12 Huddersfield Giants SL 2006 H 56 8 2 V
13th Aug 2006 W 12 Castleford Tigers SL 2006 A 72 4 1 V
26th Aug 2006 W 12 Huddersfield Giants PCCF 2006 N 42 12 V
1st Sep 2006 W 12 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats SL 2006 H 34 12 V
23rd Feb 2007 W 17 Brisbane Broncos WCC 2007 N 18 14 1 3 V
17th Mar 2007 L 17 Hull FC SL 2007 A 12 24 V
23rd Mar 2007 W 17 Hull Kingston Rovers SL 2007 H 42 14 1 4 V
6th Apr 2007 W 12 Wigan Warriors SL 2007 A 32 14 3 V
13th Apr 2007 W 13 Catalans Dragons SL 2007 H 53 10 6 V
21st Apr 2007 L 12 Leeds Rhinos SL 2007 A 19 38 2 V
29th Apr 2007 W 12 Harlequins RL SL 2007 A 44 6 1 3 V
5th May 2007 W 11 Wigan Warriors SL 2007 N 34 18 5 V
11th May 2007 W 11 Rochdale Hornets CCC5 2007 N 70 10 1 11 V
18th May 2007 W 11 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats SL 2007 H 34 14 5 V
28th May 2007 W 11 Warrington Wolves SL 2007 A 40 12 4 V
1st Jun 2007 W 12 Salford City Reds SL 2007 H 27 26 3 V
22nd Feb 2008 W 17 Bradford Bulls SL 2008 A 22 16 V
2nd Mar 2008 W 13 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats SL 2008 H 34 30 V
11th Apr 2008 W 12 Harlequins RL SL 2008 H 58 12 V
25th Apr 2008 W 12 Warrington Wolves SL 2008 A 30 22 V
6th Jun 2008 W 13 Hull Kingston Rovers SL 2008 H 52 10 V
13th Jun 2008 W 13 Bradford Bulls SL 2008 H 58 20 V
20th Jun 2008 W 13 Leeds Rhinos SL 2008 A 26 12 V
29th Jun 2008 W 13 Huddersfield Giants SL 2008 H 46 16 1 V
5th Jul 2008 W 12 Harlequins RL SL 2008 A 54 0 1 V
11th Jul 2008 W 13 Castleford Tigers SL 2008 H 68 12 2 2 V
18th Jul 2008 W 13 Wigan Warriors SL 2008 A 46 12 V
3rd Aug 2008 W 13 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats SL 2008 A 42 10 V
24th Aug 2008 W 12 Huddersfield Giants SL 2008 A 40 22 V
30th Aug 2008 W 13 Hull FC CCCF 2008 N 28 16 V
*Unofficial Match. **Non Playing Sub.
CALCULATED APPEARANCES : OFFICIAL 249 OTHER 12 = 261
ACTUAL APPEARANCES (inc 5 Subs) = 261

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