Toronto Wolfpack Best Players of All Time

The Toronto Wolfpack are an innovative and inspiring professional rugby league club situated in the heart of Canada’s largest city. Founded in 2017, they quickly became a force to be reckoned with as one of only two North American teams competing at the highest level within Britain’s Rugby League system. Despite having to withdraw from competition due to financial strain during 2020, the Wolfpack have remained determined and dedicated towards their mission of providing top-level entertainment while promoting diversity, inclusion and international collaboration through sport.

1. Josh McCrone

Josh McCrone Career

Josh McCrone is a professional rugby league footballer who currently plays for the Canberra Raiders in the National Rugby League. He has played for the Sydney Roosters, Newcastle Knights and Wigan Warriors in the NRL.

Josh was originally from Temora, New South Wales before playing his junior football with The Rockhampton Brothers club in Central Queensland. After being signed by the Sydney Roosters as a Junior, Josh made his first-grade debut against North Queensland Cowboys at Suncorp Stadium on 9 March 2006 aged 18 years and 265 days old becoming one of only two players to appear in their inaugural NRL season (the other being Anthony Minichiello).

In total he made 123 appearances for Sydney Roosters between 2006-2011 before signing with Newcastle Knights on a 3 year deal worth $1 million dollars starting from 2012 after rejecting an offer from Wigan Warriors that would have seen him play alongside former teammate Braith Anasta . At Newcastle he won both the Club Championship and Captain's Award during his 2 seasons there before joining Wigan midway through 2016 where he finished off his career having played 30 games scoring 5 tries over that time period including winning man of match against St Helens Saints which helped secure promotion to Super League .

Josh McCrone is a professional Australian rugby league footballer who plays as a halfback for the Canberra Raiders in the National Rugby League. A product of the St George Illawarra Dragons junior system, McCrone made his NRL debut in 2009 and has since played 202 games for the club, scoring 184 points. He was also part of Australia's Country Origin side that won the 2012 series against New Zealand. In 2017, McCrone moved to English Super League side St George Illawarra where he played 28 matches before returning to Australia at season's end with Toronto Wolfpack.. The 25-year-old halfback scored 43 points from 40 appearances during 2018’s inaugural season in England’s top flight competition – helping Toronto reach their first ever Playoffs appearance..

At 6 ft 1in and 115 kg he is an imposing figure on field and can be relied upon to provide strong running and kicking through out 80 minutes of play.. His contract with Toronto runs until 2020 making him one of Australasia’s longest serving foreign players currently playing in Europe...

2. Andy Ackers

Andy Ackers Career

Andy Ackers is a hooker for the Wigan Warriors in the Super League. Andy started his career with Oldham RUFC before moving to the Wigan Warriors in 2016.

He has played 22 times for England at U18, U19 and U20 level, as well as making one appearance for the senior side against Scotland in 2018. In 2017 he was named Hooker of the Year by both Rugby League World magazine and The Times newspaper after helping Wigan reach their first ever Super 8s final.

He made his international debut on 5 November 2018 against France at Welford Road, London - becoming only the third Englishman (after Gareth Ellis and Peter Sterling) to do so. With England reaching the 2019 World Cup semi-finals, it looks like Andy could be part of Stuart Lancaster’s squad next year too.

Andy Ackers is a professional rugby league footballer who plays for the Swinton Lions in the Super League. He has played for England at international level, and also represented his country at Test level. Andy was born on 12 October 1992 in Wigan, Greater Manchester, England. Andy started playing rugby union when he was just six years old but switched to rugby league aged 13 after watching one of his idols play for Widnes Vikings - he's never looked back.

In 2012, Ackers made his first-team debut for the Swinton Lions and has since gone on to make over 200 appearances in all competitions for them across three seasons (2014-16). At 18 years of age, Andy became the youngest player ever to captain an English club side when he led London Broncos during their 2016 Championship campaign – and they finished as runners-up that season. In 2018/19, Andy joined Toronto Wolfpack where he helped them win promotion from League 1; this followed two unsuccessful spells with Salford Red Devils (2015–2016) and Hull Kingston Rovers (2017).

Acker signed a contract extension with Toronto Wolfpack until 2020 earlier this year – keep your eyes peeled because this man is definitely going places.

3. Blake Wallace

Blake Wallace Career

Blake Wallace is a professional rugby league footballer who plays for the Newcastle Knights in the National Rugby League. Wallace made his NRL debut with the South Sydney Rabbitohs in 2011, and has since played for the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, Parramatta Eels, Cronulla Sharks and Newcastle Knights.

He has represented Australia at international level on multiple occasions and was part of their 2016 World Cup winning squad. In 2017 Blake was awarded the Dally M Rookie of Year Award after playing a key role in Newcastle's maiden premiership title that year. Wallace is married to Abbey Harrigan with whom he has two daughters; one born in 2018 and one due later this year.

Wallace is an ambassador for children's charity Reach Out Worldwide (ROW). ROW provides emergency relief assistance to children living affected by natural disasters such as Typhoon Haiyan or The Haitian earthquake through its partner organisations around the world including Philippines Red Cross Society which helped rebuild homes following Typhoon Yolanda there in November 2013 7 Outside of sport, Blake enjoys spending time with his family travelling throughout New South Wales enjoying fishing trips along Queensland’s Gold Coast or hitting up some white water rafting down The Grafton River near Dubbo 8 In 2019 Blake announced he would be retiring from professional rugby league at seasons end Blake Wallace is a stand-off, who has played for both Toronto Wolfpack and Leigh Centurions in the English rugby league system.

Wallace made his professional debut with the Wolfpack during their 2017–18 season, starting in their 75-50 victory over York City Knights. He also featured in Toronto's 50-42 loss to Widnes Vikings two weeks later, before being substituted off late on due to injury. The following year saw Wallace make more appearances for the Wolfpack as they finished bottom of League One; however he was unable to prevent them from being relegated alongside Wigan Warriors at the end of the season. Wallace then joined Leigh Centurions ahead of their inaugural campaign in Super League – Australia's premier rugby league competition – and started all three of their games during that spell.
6 . In July 2021 Wallace signed a three-year deal with Championship side Leigh Centurions.
7 . After impressing during pre-season, Wallace scored his first try for Leigh against Castleford Tigers on 10 August 2021

4. Gareth O'Brien

Gareth O Career

Gareth O'Brien is a English full back who plays for Salford Red Devils in the Super League. Gareth has played for Warrington Wolves and Swinton Lions before joining Salford in 2017.

He made his debut for England U20s against Wales U20s in November 2014, and also represented England at the 2015 World Cup where they were runners-up to New Zealand. Gareth was named as one of the Academy Players of Year at the 2016 British & Irish Lion Awards after making over 100 appearances for Salford since joining them from Swinton Lions in December 2016..

In October 2018, he was released by Salford after failing to agree terms on a new contract Gareth O'Brien is a rugby league footballer who plays for the Salford Red Devils in the Super League. Gareth O'Brien was born on 5 January 1992 in Warrington, England. Before playing rugby league professionally, Gareth O'Brien played association football and cricket at junior level.

After making his professional rugby league debut with the Salford Red Devils during the 2012 season, Gareth O'Brien has since gone on to play 202 games for them and score 16 tries. In June 2018 it was announced that Gareth O’Brien had signed a three-year contract extension with Salford which will keep him at the club until 2020. Outside of playing rugby union as part of England's international team and representing Lancashire in county cricket, Gareth enjoys spending time with his family and friends when he isn't training or playing football/rugby league.

A dedicated sportsman who puts everything into his performances both on and off the pitch, we're sure that there's much more to come from this talented young athlete.

5. Liam Kay

Liam Kay Career

Liam Kay was born in Leeds, West Yorkshire on December 17th 1991. Liam is 6'1'' tall and weighs around 90 kg. He has played for Harlequins since the age of 18, making his senior debut in 2010 against Bath Rugby.

The wing currently plays for England U20s and made his full international debut against Australia earlier this year scoring a try in the process. Outside of rugby, Liam enjoys spending time with friends and family outdoors doing activities such as hiking and cycling - he also loves listening to music.

His ambition is to become a successful sportsman both on the field of play and off it - continuing to inspire others through his achievements both on and off the pitch. Liam Kay is a professional rugby league footballer who plays for the Wakefield Trinity Wildcats in the National Rugby League. Liam Kay was born on 3 October 1992, in Sydney, Australia.

At just 18 years of age, Liam Kay made his NRL debut for the Wakefield Trinity Wildcats against the Newcastle Knights in Round 10 of the 2012 NRL season. In 2016, he was named at prop forward and playmaker by coach Rick Stone in The Daily Telegraph Team of The Year award winners following an outstanding year with Leigh Centurions which included being voted Player of The Year by his peers at club level and representing NSW Country side at State Of Origin Level 2 as well as making it to final of World Club Challenge where he led Leeds Rhinos to their first victory over Wigan Warriors since 1994 (winning Man-of-the-Match honours).

On 20 February 2017, Liam Kay announced his signing with London Broncos from 2019 onwards after completing a two-year loan deal with Wakefield Trinity Wildcats from 2020; this followed talks between both clubs earlier that month that had been successful due to both parties agreeing on terms including extra game time for Kays development[6].

6. Ricky Leutele

Ricky Leutele Career

Ricky Leutele was born on April 10th 1990 in Brisbane, Queensland. He is a centre and played for the Junior Kangaroos team before moving to Melbourne Storm in 2009.

In 2012 he signed with the Canberra Raiders and has since made over 100 appearances for them including 3 grand final wins (2013, 2016, 2017). Ricky Leutele represented Australia at international level between 2011-2015 but missed out on selection for the World Cup in France due to injury.

He announced his retirement from rugby league after playing his last game for Canberra against Gold Coast Titans in Round 24 of the 2018 NRL season. Ricky Leutele currently resides in Sydney with his wife Kasey and their two daughters Alaina and Lilliana Ricky Leutele is a professional rugby league footballer who currently plays for the Cronulla Sharks in the National Rugby League.

Leutele has represented Samoa at international level, and played for them at the 2014 World Cup. He was born on 10 April 1992, in Auckland, New Zealand. Leutele began his career with the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles before moving to Australia to join the Cronulla Sharks in 2010. In 2018 he signed with Toronto Wolfpack of Super League, becoming their first ever Samoan player and captain..

Ricky's younger brother Tepai also competes professionally as a winger for Canberra Raiders NRL team

7. Darcy Lussick

Darcy Lussick Career

Darcy Lussick is a powerful prop who can play both at tighthead and loosehead. Darcy has been with the Waratahs since their inaugural season in 2003, making over 130 appearances for the club.

He helped Sydney reach the 2014 Super Rugby final where they were narrowly defeated by New Zealand side Crusaders. In 2015, he joined French side Toulon on a two-year deal and was part of their unsuccessful Challenge Cup campaign in 2016.

After leaving Toulon at the end of 2018, Lussick signed with English Premiership side Northampton Saints on a one-year contract extension until 2020 Darcy Lussick was born on 6th of September 1995 in Sydney, Australia. He is a rugby league footballer who currently plays for the Toronto Wolfpack in the Super League.

Darcy has played for Manly Sea Eagles and Parramatta Eels before joining Toronto Wolfpack for the 2018 season. In his first year with Toronto Wolfpack, he made 33 appearances and scored 20 tries which saw him be named as one of the team's best players by their coach Paul Rowley. Darcy also represented New South Wales City at junior level where he won a state championship with them in 2014-15 season before moving up to senior level later that year..

He is considered to be one of Australian rugby league's most promising talents and has been compared to former NRL player Jarryd Hayne due to his running ability and speed off the ball

8. Ashton Sims

Ashton Sims Career

Ashton Sims is a rugby union player who has been playing professionally since 2005. He started his career in Australia with the Waratahs, before moving to England to play for Saracens and Northampton Saints.

After leaving Northampton in 2013, Ashton joined Bath Rugby where he played until 2017 when he moved back to Australia and signed with Sydney Roosters. In 2018, Ashton returned to England and signed with Worcester Warriors ahead of their debut season in the Premiership Ashton Sims is a professional rugby league footballer who plays for the Toronto Wolfpack in the Super League.

Ashton Sims was born on October 3, 1995 in Townsville, Queensland and raised in Mackay, Queensland. Ashton Sims has represented Australia at junior level and played representative football for Fiji before moving to England to play professionally. In 2018, Ashton Sims joined the Toronto Wolfpack of World Series Rugby as part of their inaugural season; he made his debut against South Africa on May 5th and scored a try against Italy four days later.

Ashton Sims has been described as "a powerful runner with good footwork" by ESPN commentator Paul Sexton and is known for his offload ability which allows him to create space for himself or teammates up-field.. As of Round 22 of the 2019 Super League season, Ashton Sims ranks second in tries (11) behind only Leeds Rhinos' Danny McGuire (14). He also leads all players with 15 line breaks from 51 attempted during that time period...

9. Jon Wilkin

Jon Wilkin Career

Jon Wilkin was born on 1 November 1983 in Hull, England. He is 5'11" and weighs 95 kg - he is a second row, loose forward and stand-off player. Jon has played for the Newcastle Falcons, Northampton Saints and Sale Sharks since 2003.

He won his first professional cap with the Newcastle Falcons in 2006 against Wales and has made 78 appearances for them so far (including 36 Premiership matches). In 2009 Jon signed for Sale Sharks where he spent two seasons before moving to Northampton Saints in 2011 where he currently plays (2013/14 season).

In May 2014 it was announced that Jon would leave Northampton at the end of the 2013/14 season to join Worcester Warriors ahead of their inaugural campaign in League One; however this move did not materialize as Worcester were relegated from League One at the end of that season.[3] CurrentlyJon is contracted to Leicester Tigers until 2019.[4][5] Jon Wilkin is a former professional rugby league footballer who played for Hull Kingston Rovers and St Helens in the UK.

He represented England at international level, playing 10 games between 2004-11. After leaving rugby league, Wilkin moved to Canada and joined the Toronto Wolfpack in 2019 as their first overseas signing. In his debut season with Toronto he was named League 1 Newcomer of the Year after scoring 12 tries in 32 appearances including 21 starts from interchange bench.

Wilkin's grandfather, father and uncle all played for Hull Kingston Rovers, so he has an impressive pedigree when it comes to playing for his local side.

Jon Wilkin is married with two young children and enjoys spending time outdoors fishing or mountain biking

10. Anthony Mullally

Anthony Mullally Career

Anthony Mullally is a prop for Widnes Vikings. He made his debut for the team in 2009 and has since played 11 games. He joined Swinton Lions on loan in 2010, where he played six games before returning to Widnes.

Anthony is 6'5" tall and weighs 17 stone 13 pounds (114 kg). Mullally was born in Dublin, Ireland on 1 January 1988. Mullally started playing rugby at a young age and quickly developed into one of the best players in his country.

Mullally joined English side Leeds Rhinos in 2009 and made an immediate impact, helping them to win the Championship title that year. Mullaly went on to play for England at Under-21 level before making his full international debut against Wales in 2012.

In 2013, Mullally helped Leeds reach the Super League Grand Final where they were narrowly defeated by Wigan Warriors . In 2014, he signed a three-year contract with Huddersfield Giants which saw him make 38 appearances for them over two seasons before joining Bradford Bulls on loan during the 2015 season..

In 2016, Mullals rejoined Rhinos after signing a four-year deal with them worth £1 million per season; he has since played a key role in their return to top flight rugby league football 。 He also represented Ireland at both Test and World Cup level between 2013 and 2018 respectively .. On 22 Jul 2022 Anthony Mullally announced his retirement from professional rugby league following injury concerns which have begun limiting his ability to perform at the highest levels ..

11. Chase Stanley

Chase Stanley Career

Chase Stanley was born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia on 31 May 1989. He is 188 cm tall and weighs 97 kg. Chase played for the Penrith Panthers between 2009-2015 before joining the Newcastle Knights in 2016.

In 2017 he signed with the Melbourne Storm where he currently plays NRL football. Chase has represented Australia at international level (under 20s, 21s and 30s) and finished as runner up in the 2013 World Cup Final with the Australian side.

He has also won two Premiership titles (with Penrith Panthers in 2010 & 2015; with Newcastle Knights in 2016), three Dally M Awards (2010–11, 2011–12 & 2012–13), one Man of Steel Award (2013) and a Clive Churchill Medal (2016). Chase Stanley is a rugby league footballer who plays for the Toronto Wolfpack in the Super League.

He has played for Melbourne Storm, St George Illawarra Dragons and Canterbury Bulldogs before joining the Toronto Wolfpack in 2018. Stanley was born in Australia but moved to England as a teenager to pursue his football career. He made his professional debut with Melbourne Storm in 2007 and spent six seasons with the club before moving to St George Illawarra Dragons in 2012.

After two seasons at the Dragons, he joined Canterbury Bulldogs where he made 29 appearances over three years until leaving at the end of 2017 due to injury.. His move to play for Toronto Wolfpack during their inaugural season was met with much fanfare and helped them reach Wembley Stadium where they narrowly lost against Wigan Warriors 22-20 after leading 20-10 at half time..

In 2018, Chase announced that 2019 would be his final year playing rugby league professionally after signing a one off contract extension with Toronto Wolfpack which will see him retire from all forms of sport once 2021 comes around... Despite announcing this retirement, there is still speculation circulating about whether or not Chase may make an appearance off court later on down the track...

12. Nick Rawsthorne

Nick Rawsthorne Career

Nick Rawsthorne is a talented English centre-forward. He signed for Leeds United in 2016, and made his debut against Bristol City in August of the same year.

In 2018, he was loaned to League One side Burton Albion until the end of the season. He has also represented England at U17, U18, and U21 level. After impressing with Burton Albion during their stay in League One, he was named Championship Player of The Month for March 2019 Nick Rawsthorne is a professional rugby league footballer who plays for the Hull Kingston Rovers in the Super League.

Nick was born on 6 July 1992, in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England. Rawsthorne started his career with amateur club Salford Red Devils before joining Hull F.C., where he made his debut against Wakefield Trinity Wildcats in 2010 and has since played over 200 games for the club. In September 2017, it was announced that Nick had signed a three-year contract extension with Hull KR which will keep him at the KC Stadium until 2020.

Outside of football, Nick is also an ambassador for children's charity Barnados and regularly supports their work both on and off the pitch through various events and visits to local schools across East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire . In addition to this involvement, Nick enjoys spending time with his family - including wife Rachael (née Taylor) whom he married in 2015 - as well as playing golfing whenever possible.

13. Bodene Thompson

Bodene Thompson Career

Bodene Thompson is a New Zealand rugby union player who plays as a second-row, prop or loose forward for the Bay of Plenty Blues in the Mitre 10 Cup. Thompson made his debut for the Bay of Plenty Blues during the 2006 season and has since played over 100 games for them, making him one of their longest serving players.

He has also represented New Zealand at Under 19 and 21 level before making his full international debut against Scotland in 2009. In 2013 he signed with English side Bristol Rugby but left after just two months to return to Bay Of Plenty Blues later that year. In 2014 he joined French club Castres Olympique on a three-year contract but left midway through the 2016 season due to injury .

Thompson rejoined Bay Of Plenty Blues ahead of their 2017 campaign where he will be looking to help them win back-to-back titles for the first time in team history . Bodene Thompson is a New Zealand rugby league footballer who plays for the Warrington Wolves in the Super League. He has represented New Zealand Māori at international level and was part of their squad that competed in the 2010 World Cup.

In 2013, he signed with West Tigers where he played 40 games over two seasons before joining new side, the Gold Coast Titans in 2015. In 2018, Bodene joined Leigh Centurions on a season-long loan deal and made 24 appearances for them before returning to Warrington Wolves at the end of 2018 campaign.. At international level, Thompson has been capped 47 times by New Zealand including 18 caps from his time with the Warriors between 2015 and 2017 inclusive., scoring 72 points along the way.

His father Steve also played professional rugby league for Auckland Nines club Penrose Crusaders and Otahuhu Leopards . Bodene Thompson is married to former NRL player Tamara Silva (formerly Simmons)

14. Bob Beswick

Bob Beswick Career

Bob Beswick is a hooker and loose forward who has played for Wigan Warriors in the Super League since 2003. He made his international debut for England against France in 2006, and has since gone on to play at World Cups in 2007, 2011 and 2015.

In 2016 he was named captain of Wigan Warriors after previous captain Shaun Wane stepped down from the role. Bob Beswick is married with two children and lives in Greater Manchester, England Bob Beswick is a retired professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1990s and 2000s.

He played for the Wigan Warriors, Widnes Vikings, Halifax and Leigh Centurions between 2004 and 2019. Beswick represented Ireland at international level from 2006 to 2019. Bob Beswick was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2017 after retiring as a player.

15. Quinn Ngawati

Career

Quinn Ngawati is a young and talented rugby league player who has been playing for the Toronto Wolfpack since 2017. Quinn Ngawati was born in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada in 1999 and started playing union football when he was just six years old.

In 2017, Quinn Ngawati joined the Toronto Wolfpack Rugby League team and has played ever since - proving himself as one of the most promising players in the game today. As an attacking centre or second-row forward, Quinn Ngawati can be very dangerous with his powerful running and kicking skills on either side of the pitch.

Quinn Ngawati is currently contracted to play for the Toronto Wolfpack until 2020 - showing that he remains a key part of this successful team moving forwards. Quinn Ngawati is a rugby union player from Canada who has played for Rugby New York and Mid Canterbury in the past. Quinn is a versatile centre or wing with an ability to score tries, as well as provide strong defensive cover.

Quinn's impressive stats include 30 appearances and 10 tries for both clubs combined over the last two seasons. With his contract running out at the end of 2021, it will be interesting to see if Quinn decides to continue playing professionally or take some time off to spend with family and friends.

16. James Cunningham

James Cunningham Career

James Cunningham is a rugby league footballer who plays for the Hull Kingston Rovers in the Super League. Cunningham made his debut for Hull Kingston Rovers in 2014 and has since played over 100 games for the club.

He has also represented England at under-20 level and was part of their World Cup squad in 2017, playing against Papua New Guinea and Australia. In 2018 he signed a new contract with Hull Kingston Rovers that will keep him at the club until 2021.

Cunningham is known as an extremely hardworking player who always puts team firsts before his own interests, qualities which have earned him widespread respect within the rugby league community James Cunningham is a professional rugby league footballer who plays for the Huddersfield Giants in the Super League.

Cunningham made his first-grade debut for Hull F.C. in 2012 and has since played over 100 games for the club, scoring 104 tries during that time including eight while on loan with London Broncos in 2014 and fifteen while at Doncaster Dragons in 2015. He was signed by Toronto Wolfpack ahead of the 2020 season but suffered an injury which ruled him out until late-season appearances for their Championship rivals, Huddersfield Giants - helping them clinch promotion to Super League as champions that year.

In 2019 he rejoined Huddersfield from Toronto and scored two tries against Wigan Warriors to help secure a 12th-place finish, although they were relegated back to National League One at the end of the campaign.. At 6'1" tall and weighing 18 stone (220 pounds), James Cunningham is one of heaviest players playing rugby league professionally today; this size along with his powerful running game makes him difficult opponent for defenders both inside and outside of his own half

17. Ryan Brierley

Ryan Brierley Career

Ryan Brierley is a fullback who plays for the Sale Sharks in the English Premiership. Ryan grew up playing rugby union and represented Lancashire at under-16, under-18 and senior level.

In 2013, he joined Derby County on loan but made just one appearance before returning to Sale Sharks. He was part of England's U20 team that won the World Championship in Ireland in 2012 and has since been called up to the full squad several times, most recently for their tour of South Africa this summer.

His brother Ben played quarterback for Manchester United between 2004–2012 and now coaches youth teams there too; they are close friends off the field as well as on it. Ryan also does charity work with children with cancer – his mother died from ovarian cancer when he was young so he knows first hand how important it is to raise awareness about this disease .

Ryan Brierley is a professional rugby league footballer who plays for the Leigh Centurions in the Super League. He was born in Wigan, Greater Manchester, England on 10 January 1996. Brierley made his first-class debut for Hartlepool United during the 2013–14 season and also played junior football with Wigan Athletic before joining Leigh Centurions Academy at the age of 12 years old.

In March 2018, he signed a three-year contract extension with Leigh which will keep him at the club until 2024. Ryan has represented both Scotland and Great Britain at youth level but has yet to make an appearance for their senior team and is keen to do so one day. He scored his first try for Leigh against Wakefield Trinity Wildcats in December 2018 and went on to score nine tries throughout 2019 leading up to his loan spell with Hull Kingston Rovers later that year where he scored four more tries as they reached Wembley Stadium in May 2020 playing against St Helens RFL Championship winners Salford Red Devils

18. Matty Russell

Matty Russell Career

Matty Russell is a Scottish full-back who currently plays for Kilmarnock. He was born on 6 June 1993 in Irvine, North Ayrshire and raised in Glasgow. At just 5ft 11in tall, he has had to work hard to make it as a professional footballer and has played at both left-back and wing-back for Kilmarnock since making his debut in 2014/15 season.

Matty Russell's highlight so far came when he scored the winning goal against Rangers in the 2015 Scottish Cup semi final, which secured Kilmarnock their place at Hampden Park where they were eventually beaten by Celtic 2–1 after extra time. Although primarily a fullback, Matty Russell is also capable of playing as an attacking midfielder or winger if required - something that could come into use should injury strike during the course of this season or next campaign with Scotland national team manager Alex McLeish favouring versatile players within his squad selections for international fixtures such as those against Spain and Holland later this year [update: As of October 2018, Scotland have not featured Matty Russel in any squads].

In September 2018 he extended his contract with Kilmarnock until 2021.[2] Matty Russell is a professional rugby league footballer who plays for the Warrington Wolves in the Super League. He was born and raised in Australia, but has played international rugby league for Scotland since 2013. Russell grew up playing Australian rules football before switching to rugby union at the age of 16 and then to rugby league seven years later. He made his first-grade debut with Wigan Warriors in 2011 and has gone on to score 182 tries in 357 appearances for them over six seasons, as well as representing Scotland internationally. In 2018 he moved to Toronto Wolfpack where he helped lead them to promotion from Championship 1 during their inaugural season in that competition and won Player of the Year honours at both end of year awards ceremonies (RLWC & RFL Awards).

He is currently contracted until 2020 with Warrington Wolves, but has been linked with a move away from England due not only his performances on the pitch but also concerns about player safety within English Rugby League following several high-profile injuries sustained by players there recently

19. Adam Sidlow

Adam Sidlow Career

Adam Sidlow is a prop who has played for England since 2007. He made his international debut in 2009 and went on to play at the World Cup that year and in 2015.

Sidlow started playing rugby union aged six, but switched to rugby league when he was fourteen because it was more challenging. He spent time with Salford Red Devils before joining Castleford Tigers in 2009 where he won a Championship medal in 2013 and 2014, as well as being named Clubman of the Year both years.

In January 2016, Sidlow signed with Wakefield Trinity Wildcats on a two-and-a-half year deal ahead of their return to Super League after relegation from the NRL earlier that season. On 25 October 2017, it was announced that Sidlow had re-signed with Wakefield Trinity Wildcats until 2021.[2] Sidlow has also represented Great Britain internationally Adam Sidlow is a professional rugby league footballer who plays for the Salford Red Devils in the Super League.

Adam Sidlow was born on 7 February 1991 in Widnes, England. Adam Sidlow started his career with Workington Town before moving to the Wigan Warriors and then to Salford Red Devils in 2017 where he has played ever since. In 2018, Adam Sidlow helped guide Salford to their first major trophy when they won the Challenge Cup against Leeds Rhinos. Outside of rugby league, Adam Sidlow also works as a personal trainer and runs a fitness business called ‘The Bootcamp’ which offers group workouts and one-to-one sessions across Greater Manchester area..

20. Ryan Burroughs

Ryan Burroughs Career

Ryan Burroughs is a fullback who has played for Wentworthville in the NRL. He was born in 1991 and started playing rugby league when he was just six years old.

Ryan's main strength lies on his attacking play, which can cause problems for defenders both with ball-carrying and running support. In 2016, Ryan represented New South Wales under 20s at the National Championships, impressing coach Laurie Daley enough to be given a call-up to the Waratahs squad later that year.

After making his debut against Queensland Country in Round 8 of the 2017 season, Ryan went on to make twelve appearances for Wentworthville before being released by the club at the end of 2018 due to salary cap restrictions Ryan Burroughs is a rugby union player who has represented the United States at international level.

He first made an impression with his performances for Old Glory DC, and has since been named in the USA squad for the 2019 World Cup. Ryan Burroughs is known for his strength and power on the field, as well as his ability to score tries from anywhere on the pitch.

21. Cory Paterson

Cory Paterson Career

Cory Paterson is a rugby league footballer who plays for the Canberra Raiders in the National Rugby League. Cory Paterson started his career with the Perth Titans before signing with the Canberra Raiders in 2009.

In 2013, Cory was selected to represent Australia and played at the 2013 World Cup. After playing two seasons with Canberra, he signed a four-year deal with New Zealand's Auckland Warriors in 2016. He won back-to-back premierships as captain of Auckland during 2017 and 2018, becoming only the second player (after Steve Menzies) to do so in NRL history Cory Paterson is a professional rugby league footballer who plays for the Leigh Centurions in the Super League.

Cory Paterson started playing rugby at a young age, and quickly became one of Australia's most promising players. Cory Paterson first represented his country in 2010, and has since gone on to play 80 international matches for Australia. Cory Paterson signed with Leigh Centurions in 2016 after spending two seasons with Hull Kingston Rovers, and has been an integral part of their success over that time period. In 2018, Cory Paterson was named as captain of the Toronto Wolfpack following the retirement of Zak Hardaker; he led them to victory in both their debut season and their qualification campaign for the playoffs.

Cory PatERSON currently holds club records for most tries (78), points (378) and total touchdowns (86). He is also second all-time behind Billy Slater when it comes to appearances made by an Australian player in Europe’s top competition - England’s Super League - behind only Dally Messenger who played 239 games between 1992-2002. Although he may be well known on home soil now, there are high hopes that Cory will continue leading his team into future Grand Final appearances – especially given how dominant they have been so far this year.

22. Andrew Dixon

Andrew Dixon Career

Andrew Dixon is a rugby union player who currently plays for Sale Sharks in the English Premiership. He began playing rugby at the age of eight and progressed through the ranks, eventually making his professional debut with Worcester Warriors in 2009.

Dixon has represented England at under-19, Under-21 and senior level, including appearances at both the 2011 and 2013 World Cups. In 2015 he signed a new three-year contract with Sale Sharks which will see him remain with them until 2020. A hard tackleer on the ground, Dixon is also known as an accurate passer of the ball out of defence or midfield situations; this utility quality has seen him play across all five positions during his career to date.

As captain of Sale Sharks since 2016, he leads by example on and off field while aiming to bring home silverware once again in 2019/20 season Andrew Dixon is a professional rugby league footballer who has played for the St Helens club since 2008. He made his debut in the Super League competition in 2007 and went on to win two titles with the Saints before moving to Salford Red Devils in 2013. In 2014, he joined Barrow Raiders on loan and helped them reach their first ever Grand Final appearance.

Dixon re-signed for Leigh Centurions ahead of the 2017 season and was part of their Championship winning side that year. He signed with Toronto Wolfpack for the 2018 campaign but they were immediately relegated from Super League

23. Mason Caton-Brown

Mason Caton-Brown Career

Mason Caton-Brown was born in 1993 in Enfield, London. He is 6'0" tall and weighs 89 kilograms. Mason played for the England U20s and made his debut for Sale Sharks during the 2016–17 season.

In September 2017, he signed a two-year contract with Leicester Tigers rugby union team after impressing as a trialist earlier that year. At the end of the 2017–18 season, he was named Premiership Rugby Rookie of the Year after scoring 12 tries in 38 appearances for Leicester Tigers; this included 4 tries in 5 matches during their playoff run to win promotion to Super Rugby from Europe's top club competition.[2] On 9 May 2018, it was announced that Mason had signed a new three-year contract with Leicester Tigers which will keep him at Welford Road until 2021.[3] Mason has been nicknamed "The Fox" by teammate Ben Youngs[1] because of his speed on the wing and ability to beat defenders downfield using quick feet and deceptive running patterns,[4][5][6] although he also possesses good ball carrying skills.[7] Mason Caton-Brown was born on March 1st, 1998 in Kingston, Jamaica.

Mason Caton-Brown is a professional rugby league footballer who plays for the Toronto Wolfpack in the UK Super League. Mason Caton-Brown made his début for the London Broncos against Hull Fc at Craven Park on October 21st, 2013 and scored a try in that game. He signed with Salford Red Devils on loan from London Broncos during the 2014 season and played 14 games before returning to his parent club during January 2015 after being recalled by coach Wayne Bennett of the Brisbane Broncos NRL side. On December 11th 2017 he made his Wakefield Trinity debut against Castleford Tigers at Belle Vue Stadium and went onto score two tries in this match which helped Wakerfield to win 36–24 victory (the first time since 1976 that they had achieved three consecutive wins). In 2018 he joined up with Toronto Wolfpack where he has played 7 matches scoring 2 tries including their Championship play off Semi Final victory over Batley Bulldogs which led to their Challenge Cup triumph as well as promotion back into Super League for 2019 .

Mason is eligible for Jamaican national team selection due to having one grandparent who was born on Jamaican soil so far back it doesn’t show up in any of her DNA tests. His older brother Tyrone also plays Rugby Union professionally and represented Jamaica internationally at Under 20 level before switching codes permanently..

24. Jack Buchanan

Jack Buchanan Career

Jack Buchanan is a 30-year-old Australian basketball player who has played for the Sydney Kings in the National Basketball League (NBL). He was drafted by the Kings with their third selection, and made his debut in 2011.

In 2013, he signed with Turkish club Galatasaray Süper Ligi team but only played one game before returning to Australia. Buchanan joined the Melbourne Tigers for the 2017–18 NBL season and helped them reach the grand final where they lost to Perth Scorchers.

For 2018–19, he returned to Sydney Kings on a two-year deal once again and led them to their fourth straight NBL championship title as well as their first ever appearance in an NBA exhibition game against Philadelphia 76ers Jack Buchanan is a professional rugby league footballer who plays for the Wests Tigers in the NRL.

He made his debut for the club in 2013 and has since played over 100 games for them, scoring four tries. In 2016 he signed with Widnes Vikings in Super League, where he continued to play impressively before returning to the Tigers this year.

25. James Laithwaite

James Laithwaite Career

James Laithwaite was born on September 23, 1991 in Hull, England. He is 6'2" tall and weighs 101 kg. James plays for the Harlequins rugby union team. James has appeared for England under-20s and occasionally for the senior squad since making his debut in 2010 against Wales at Twickenham Stadium aged 18 years old.

In March of 2014, he made his full international debut as a second rower against Argentina at Twickenham Stadium in a losing cause.[1] As of January 2016, James has played 48 times for England including 20 tests and 28 appearances from the Anglo-Welsh Cup.[2][1] On 7th October 2017, it was announced that James had signed with French side Racing 92 until the end of 2021[3].

His contract includes an option to extend by another year.[4] James Laithwaite is a professional rugby league footballer who plays for the Toronto Wolfpack in the Super League. He has played for Warrington Wolves, Hull Kingston Rovers, Leigh Centurions, Swinton Lions and Bradford Bulls throughout his career. In 2018 he joined the Toronto Wolfpack on loan from Bradford Bulls and made an immediate impact by scoring two tries in sixteen appearances.

James was born in England but represents Scotland at international level having won three caps to date since making his debut in 2016 against New Zealand. In 2017 he helped Leigh Centurions win promotion back to the Super League after they had been relegated two years earlier and during that season also scored thirteen tries which led to him being voted Player of the Year by both fans and players alike. Despite only playing nineteen games so far this season due to injuries, James still leads theToronto Wolfpack with eight try scores as they aim for their first ever playoff appearance this year.

26. Rhys Jacks

Rhys Jacks Career

Rhys Jacks is a scrum-half who has represented Queensland in the Australian rugby union team. He made his debut for Australia against Fiji in 2010 and has since played at international level on numerous occasions.

Rhys Jacks also plays hooker for Brisbane club side, the Broncos, where he was captain of their 2014 NRL Premiership winning side. In May 2017, it was announced that Jacks had signed with Welsh side Scarlets ahead of the 2017–18 season.

Rhys Jacks is an important player for both Queensland and Australia Rugby Union as he provides explosive speed from the scrum half position which can cause problems for opposing teams during matches.

Rhys jackson born 21 january 1990 is a scrum half who hails from brisbane qld australia .He started playing rugby union aged 9 representing his school district before progressing onto regional representative sides includingQueensland U21’s squad .In may 2010 rhys made history when he became one of just 8 players to ever don an Aussie jumper .he first represented australia at senior level against libya ,and has gone on to make over 50 apperances notching up 13 caps scoring 4 tries along the way including 2 test appearances against New Zealand Rhys Jacks was born in Sydney, New South Wales on 2 November 1995.

He started playing rugby league at the age of six and played for the Sutherland Shire Eagles before being signed by the South Sydney Logan Magpies in 2014. In 2016, he moved to England to play for Sheffield Eagles before returning to Australia and joining Toronto Wolfpack in 2017. He has represented both Canada and Australia at youth level but has yet to make his senior debut. In 2018, he made his first-grade début for Toronto Wolfpack and helped them win their first ever championship title that year. He currently plays for Sunshine Coast Falcons in Queensland's Intrust Super Cup competition and is contracted until 2020 with a further two years available via option clauses should he perform well.[4]

27. Tom Olbison

Tom Olbison Career

Tom Olbison is a 31-year-old English footballer who currently plays for Leeds United. He began his career at Manchester United before moving to Leeds in July 2015.

At Leeds, he has made over 120 appearances and scored 18 goals since making his debut in September 2014. He was named the club's player of the year in 2016–17 and 2017–18, and also won the Yorkshire Cup with them in 2018.

In February 2019, it was announced that Olbison had signed a new three-and-a-half year contract with Leeds.[2] He has represented England at under 19 level and played for their under 23 side on two occasions as well as appearing for Northern Ireland at senior international level Olbison is a versatile second-row forward who has played for both Bradford Bulls and Dewsbury Rams in the Super League.

He made his debut for Bradford in 2009 and went on to play 145 games for the club, scoring 19 tries. In 2013, he joined Dewsbury on loan and played two matches before returning to Bradford later that year. Olbison joined Widnes Vikings in 2017 and scored 54 points from 5 appearances over the course of the season, helping them reach the Challenge Cup Final but losing out to Wigan Warriors 55–24. He signed with Toronto Wolfpack ahead of their inaugural season in 2019 and has since featured in 36 matches, scoring 16 tries along the way despite being sidelined with an ankle injury at times this season.

Olbison is contracted to Toronto until 2020 and is widely regarded as one of their most talented players having been capped by England at under-18 level before making his senior international debut against Samoa back in 2016

28. Jonny Pownall

Jonny Pownall Career

Jonathan Pownall is a English professional footballer who plays as a defender for Plymouth Argyle. He made his debut in the Football League for Carlisle United in 2009, and has since played for Bristol City, Cheltenham Town, Hartlepool United and Plymouth Argyle.

Pownall signed with Cheltenham Town on loan from Bristol City in January 2016, helping them to promotion to the Football League Championship that season. He joined Hartlepool United on loan from Plymouth Argyle in February 2017, before signing permanently for the club later that year.

In August 2018 he was released by Plymouth Argyle after making just one appearance of the season due to injury.. On 10 October 2018 he joined National League side Rochester Rhinos on an initial two-month contract until December 2018 Jonny Pownall made his NRL debut for the Leigh Centurions in 2011 and has since played for the Toronto Wolfpack, Bradford Bulls and Leigh Centurions.

Jonny is a hard-working forward who likes to run at defenders and use his size advantage. He has represented England at under-20 level and was part of the side that won the World Cup in 2013. In 2018 he signed a one year contract with Barrow Raiders on loan from the Toronto Wolfpack, but struggled with injuries during this time which led to him returning to Leigh Centurions early in 2019.

Despite being unsuccessful with two clubs so far this season, Jonny is still expected to play an important role for Australia at next year's World Cup due to his experience playing international rugby league. Overall, Jonny is an exciting player who will be looking to continue climbing up the NRL ladder

29. Adam Higson

Adam Higson Career

Adam Higson is a professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Championship club Derby County. He started his career at Manchester City, where he made over 100 appearances before moving to Derby County in 2014.

Higson has also represented England at Under-21 level and was part of the team that won the European Under-21 Championship in 2009. In March 2018, Higson signed a new contract with Derby until 2021 Adam Higson is a wing player who has played for Leigh Centurions since 2009.

He made his debut for the Lions in 2012 and has been part of the team ever since, scoring 48 points in 2018-19. Higson joined Toronto Wolfpack in 2019 and helped them win their first Super League title.

30. Jacob Emmitt

Jacob Emmitt Career

Jacob Emmitt is a prop for Warrington Wolves in the English Rugby League. He began his career with Wigan Warriors and played there from 2007 to 2013 before joining Warrington Wolves in 2014.

Jacob has represented England at under-18, 19, 20 and 21 level as well as being part of the side that won the 2010 European Championship Qualifier. In 2015 he was named Super League's player of the year after helping Warrington win promotion back to the top flight of rugby league football.

Jacob married his long term partner Rebekah on 12 January 2018 Jacob Emmitt is a professional rugby union player who plays for the Leigh Centurions in England. He has played club rugby since he was young and represented Wales at under-18, under-19, and senior levels. In 2017, Emmitt made his international debut for Wales against Tonga and went on to make eight appearances for his country over the next two years before retiring from rugby in 2019.

Outside of playing rugby, Jacob works as a fitness coach and personal trainer in London. Jacob is married with two children and enjoys spending time outdoors hiking or skiing in his free time

31. Sam Hopkins

Sam Hopkins Career

Sam Hopkins is a prop and loose forward who has played for Worcester Warriors, London Irish and Sale Sharks. He made his debut for the Warriors in 2009 against Leicester Tigers and went on to play 111 games for them before moving to Ireland in 2014.

In Ireland, he was part of the side that won the Celtic League title in 2015 and 2016 as well as reaching the Champions Cup semi-finals in 2017. He moved back to England this season and has quickly become a mainstay at Sale Sharks where he has played 26 games so far this season scoring three tries.

Sam Hopkins is an aggressive player with good ball carrying ability who likes to get up close and personal with opponents Sam Hopkins is a Welsh rugby union player who has played for Wales since 2017. Hopkins was born in Bridgend, Wales on 18 January 1996 and first came to prominence playing for the Glamorgan-based club Penarth RFC before being called up to the senior team.

In his debut international match against Australia in February 2017, he scored a try in Wales' 28–20 victory at AAMI Park in Melbourne. He made his European Championship debut later that year playing in all six of their matches as they reached the semi-finals where they were knocked out by France. After a season with Ospreys Rugby Club which saw him make 26 appearances and score 4 tries, he rejoined Glamorgan for the 2018/19 campaign where he helped them win promotion back to Premiership level after two seasons absence while also making 5 appearances for Wales during this time including 3 starts at fly half (10 points).

He joined Toronto Wolfpack prior to their inaugural season having signed a 2-year deal with an option of another year which will see him play both Super League and Challenge Cup games whilst representing Canada but return home to represent Wales when selected by Head Coach Rob Howley; however injury ruled him out of England's tour of North America early this summer due to Pick 6 eligibility concerns stemming from his past spell with Leigh Centurions.. .he made 23 appearances scoring 16 points during what was arguably one of Canada’s best ever seasons finishing second behind only Wigan Warriors FC players James Graham & Shaun Edwards who finished top scorer respectively …He re-joined Leigh Centurions ahead of next season now sporting #9 jersey

32. Gary Wheeler

Gary Wheeler Career

Gary Wheeler started his career with hometown club St Helens in 2007. He made his Super League debut for the Saints in 2009 and has since played over 100 games for the club.

In 2013, he was signed by Wigan Warriors but failed to make an appearance for them before being released at the end of the season. In 2014, Gary joined Halifax on a two-year contract and played 54 games for them before signing with Wakefield Trinity Wildcats ahead of the 2016 season where he currently plays.

Gary is a versatile player who can play as either a Centre or Stand-off and is known for his speed and powerful running game offloads which have earned him nicknames such as 'The Bus'. Gary has represented England at U18, U19, U21 level and won three caps between 2010-2012 including appearances against New Zealand (2010), Australia (2011) and France (2012).

In May 2017, Gary announced that he would retire from professional rugby league at the end of the year following 18 years playing top flight rugby league football.[3] Wheeler was born on 9 January 1988 in St Helens, England. He played for the St Helens club from 2008 to 2014 and then joined Rochdale Hornets in 2015. In 2016, he moved to Warrington Wolves where he played until 2017 when he signed with North Wales Crusaders.

Wheeler has represented England Knights at international level since 2012. He is currently a free agent and has not yet announced his retirement from rugby league football

33. Gadwin Springer

Gadwin Springer Career

Gadwin Springer is a prop for the Gold Coast Titans in the NRL. He made his debut for the club in 2016 and has since played 26 matches, scoring one try.

Springer was born in Cayenne, French Guiana but moved to Australia at a young age. He attended Palm Beach Currumbin High School before being drafted by the Titans in 2013.

In 2017 he represented France at rugby league internationals and was named man-of-the-match against Samoa after playing off the bench. Gadwin currently lives with his family on Brisbane's north side and enjoys spending time outdoors including fishing, surfing and hiking trails near his home Springer was born in the United States but played for France at international level.

He started his career with French side FC Metz, before moving to English side Wigan Warriors in 2016. Springer made an instant impact at Wigan, scoring 22 tries in just 48 appearances and helping them win the 2016 Super League title. The 2017 season saw him move to Catalans Dragons, where he helped them reach the Challenge Cup final (they lost to Warrington Wolves). In 2018, Springer joined Toronto Wolfpack on a loan deal and made an immediate impact - he finished as their top try scorer with 18 goals from 18 appearances (14 of which were starts).

At the end of his spell with Toronto Wolfpack, Springer returned to Catalans Dragons for another year-long loan deal before signing permanently with Halifax Panthers in 2019

34. Olsi Krasniqi

Olsi Krasniqi Career

Krasniqi was born in 1992 in Tirana, Albania. He is 5'11" and weighs 103 kg. Krasniqi plays prop for the Crusaders Super Rugby side and has represented his country at international level on several occasions.

In 2016 he joined French Top 14 side Toulon on a two-year contract with an option for another year. Krasniqi made his debut for the Crusaders against The Reds in 2012 and has since played over 100 games for them, scoring 16 tries along the way.

Outside of rugby, Olsi enjoys spending time with family and friends and playing video games like FIFA17 or Fortnite whenever he can spare some free time. Olsi Krasniqi is a Serbian-born Australian rugby league footballer who plays for the London Broncos in the National Rugby League.

Krasniqi has represented Serbia at both junior and senior level, as well as being a member of their World Cup squad in 2013. He made his NRL debut with the Brisbane Broncos before moving to England to join the London Broncos on a three-year deal in 2018. In 2019, he joined Bradford Bulls on loan for the remainder of the season; having struggled to break into Brisbane's first team during that time, this was seen as an opportunity to further develop his skills under new head coach Wayne Bennett..

His playing style has been described as "energetic", and he is known for running hard across field while also possessing good ball handling skills and kicking ability from hand or foot.. Born in Sremski Karlovci, SR Serbia, Krasniji began playing rugby union at a young age before making the switch over to rugby league when he moved to Australia aged 20 after being selected by Sydney Roosters academy staff.. After stints with South Sydney Rabbitohs (2012–13) and Brisbane Broncos (2013), Olsi signed for English club London Skolars ahead of the 2014 season where he played two seasons before joining Super League side Wigan Warriors on two-year contract extension until 2017 .

On 23 January 2019 it was announced that Krasnaji had returned home signing with Serbian side Red Star Belgrade following short term loan spell with Bradford Bulls

35. Jake Butler-Fleming

Jake Butler-Fleming Career

After playing junior rugby and Australian rules football, Jake Butler-Fleming turned to rugby union in 2009. He made his Australia U20 debut that year and has since gone on to win a total of 34 caps for the national side, including appearances at the World Rugby U20 Championships in 2013 and 2017 as well as two tests against England.

In 2019 he was named captain of Australia A for their tour of Europe ahead of the 2019 Six Nations Championship. Outside of rugby, Jake is an entrepreneur with Startmate Ventures, a venture capital fund which invests in early stage startups across technology sectors such as artificial intelligence and blockchain technology Married to Lucy Fleming since 2016 they reside in Penrith with their son Hugo who was born in October 2018 His younger brother Joe also plays club rugby for Penrith Panthers Jake Butler-Fleming began his rugby league career with Hull Kingston Rovers in 2017.

He then moved to York City Knights on loan for the 2018 season, and helped them win the Challenge Cup. Jake is currently playing for Toronto Wolfpack in the English Super League, having joined them in 2018 after a successful spell at Bradford Bulls. Jake has represented England at Under 20 level, and was part of their World Cup squad last year where they reached the semi finals before losing to Australia

36. Ryan Bailey

Career

Bailey was born in Toronto, Ontario and played rugby union as a teenager before switching to league. Bailey first rose to prominence as a member of the Bradford Bulls academy team, playing for them between 2009-2011.

He then signed with Featherstone Rovers before joining Toronto Wolfpack ahead of their inaugural season in 2017. Bailey has made over 100 appearances for the Wolfpack during his time there, scoring 23 tries along the way; he is also known for his strong defence and kicking game from dummy half.

Bailey has been capped by Canada at international level on five occasions, most recently in 2018 whilst representing England at the World Cup Qualifier against Wales (a match Canada lost 42-10). In early 2019 it was announced that Bailey would leave Toronto after signing a 2 year deal with Huddersfield Giants - however this move did not materialize and he returned to Toronto later that month..

37. Daniel Fleming

Daniel Fleming Career

Daniel Fleming is a prop for Batley Bulldogs in the British Super League. He made his debut with Rochdale Hornets in 2010 and has since played for Batley, as well as club side Rochdale Hornets 2nd team.

Fleming stands at 6 ft 3 inches tall and weighs 18 stone 3 pounds (116 kilograms). Daniel started playing rugby league when he was just five years old after being inspired by older brothers who were also into the sport.

He attended Halifax Grammar School where he captained their 1st XV before going on to study Business Administration at Leeds Metropolitan University . In 2013, Daniel won the Championship’s ‘Player of The Year’ award after helping Batley win promotion back to the BSL from National Division Two Rugby League that year.

As of December 2016, Fleming had made 111 appearances for Batley over 4 seasons which included qualification for Challenge Cup play each season between 2014-2016 including reaching Round 4 in 2015 & 2017 losing narrowly to Wigan Warriors 34 – 10 on aggregate & Leigh Centurions 50 – 6 on aggregate respectively., scoring 9 tries during this time while starting all matches except two due to injury; once against Castleford Tigers(18 tackles) & again v Wakefield Trinity Wildcats (1 tackle).

[2] On 21 May 2018 it was announced that Dan would leave Batley at the end of Season 2018/19 following talks with new head coach Steve Prescott about returning home to England with immediate effect.[3] Fleming was born on July 21, 1998 in Widnes, Cheshire. Fleming is a rugby union player who has represented Wales at both Under-16 and Under-18 levels. He made his senior debut for the Ospreys against Edinburgh in November 2018 and played a further four games for them before joining Toronto Wolfpack on loan during the 2019 season.

In May 2020 he signed with Castleford Tigers permanently after impressing with Featherstone Rovers during their time as part of the Rugby League Premiership's development academy system earlier that year. Fleming scored two tries in twelve appearances for Halifax Panthers during the 2021–22 season but failed to make an impact when he joined Bradford Bulls later that year due to injury problems and subsequently departed rugby league altogether to pursue a career in MMA full-time starting from January 2022 onwards.

38. Quentin Laulu-Togaga'e

Quentin Laulu-Togaga Career

Quentin Laulu-Togaga'e is a fullback for New Zealand's Mount Albert Lions. He has played for the club since 2003 and was part of the side that reached the 2006 Grand Final, which they lost to Auckland rivals North Harbour.

QLT also represented New Zealand at Under 19 level before being called up to the senior squad in 2004. In total he made 36 appearances for his country scoring 4 goals, including one against Samoa during their 2007 World Cup qualifying campaign.

Quentin is married with two young children and enjoys spending time outside playing sport with them as well as cooking traditional Māori food at home – kai ora (eat well). Quentin's focus now is on helping Mount Albert continue its success by leading by example both on and off the field Quentin Laulu-Togaga'e was born on the Samoan island of Tutuila in 1988.

He played for Samoa at the 2006 World Cup and made his international debut against Tonga in 2005. He joined English side Sheffield Eagles following a trial period and made his professional debut during their 2008 season. After spending two years with the club, he left to sign for Toronto Wolfpack in 2014 where he spent three seasons before moving to Halifax Warriors in 2018.

Quentin is currently contracted to Sheffield Eagles until 2020 but has been linked with a move away from England this offseason as speculation mounts about him joining either Newcastle Thunder or Keighley Cougars next year...

39. Dave Taylor

Dave Taylor Career

Dave Taylor is a second-row prop who has played for the Brisbane Broncos and Gold Coast Titans in the NRL. He made his first-grade debut for the Broncos in 2007, before moving to the Titans later that year.

In 2013, he was named as captain of the Queensland State of Origin team. He also represented Australia at international level on two occasions - in 2010 and 2012 - both times against New Zealand. Dave Taylor joined English side Hull KR in 2015, but struggled with injury throughout his time there and returned to Australia at season's end Dave Taylor was a prominent player in the Brisbane Broncos' 2006-2009 era.

After leaving the Broncos, Taylor played for South Sydney Rabbitohs from 2010 to 2012. He then moved to play for Gold Coast Titans from 2013-2015 before joining Catalan Dragons in 2016. In 2017, he returned to Canberra Raiders where he currently plays as a reserve halfback and occasional fullback. Dave is also an Australian international representative who has represented his country at various levels including the NRL All Stars and Prime Minister's XIII sides, as well as Australia on one occasion in 2011 against New Zealand.
His versatility makes him an important member of any team, be it at halfback or fullback, and he will continue to make an impact on the game for many years to come

40. Brian McDermott

Brian McDermott Career

Brian McDermott is a prop for Bradford Bulls. He has played in 251 games for the team and scored 132 tries. In 1996, he represented Great Britain at international level and won 4 caps.

In 2001, he was selected to play for England on their tour of South Africa. 5. Brian McDermott retired from professional rugby league in 2003 after playing with Bradford Bulls Brian McDermott was born on 3rd April 1970 in Hull, Yorkshire.

He played for Harlequins RL from 1996 to 2006 and won 115 caps for England during his time with the club. In 2007, Brian McDermott took over as head coach of Leeds Rhinos and led them to victory in the 2010 Super League Grand Final. During his 4 years at the helm of Leeds Rhinos, he brought home 2 league titles and 1 Challenge Cup trophy - all while averaging 67% win rate.

On 26 September 2022, it was announced that Brian McDermott had left Leeds Rhinos after 4 successful seasons and would be joining Toronto Wolfpack as their new head coach starting from 2020 season onwards.

41. Craig Hall

Craig Hall Career

Craig Hall is a professional rugby league footballer who plays for the Hull Kingston Rovers in the Super League. Craig Hall has previously played for Wakefield Trinity and Huddersfield Giants, and was part of the team that won promotion from National League 1 in 2013.

He made his Super League debut for Hull Kingston Rovers against Castleford Tigers on 10 February 2014, scoring a try in a 44-6 victory. In September 2015 he signed with Warrington Wolves on an initial one year contract.[2] On 7 January 2016 he re-signed with Hull Kingston Rovers until the end of the 2020 season.[3] He represented England at international level before retiring from full international duty after being omitted from their 2017 tour to Australia[1][4] Craig Hall is a professional rugby league footballer who plays for Hull Kingston Rovers in the Super League.

He was born in Widnes, England on 26 February 1995. He played his junior football with Coalville Town before moving to Hull F.C.. In 2013, he made his first-team début for Hull F.C., playing against Wakefield Trinity Wildcats and scoring a try in the 79th minute of the match which ended in a 20–14 victory for Hull FC Two years later he signed an extension to stay at the club until 2020 and helped them promoted back to Super League after finishing as runners up during their first season back In July 2017, Craig joined Toronto Wolfpack on loan from Hull Kingston Rovers where he made 25 appearances and scored 171 points over two seasons before returning home at the end of 2018 On 2 March 2019, it was announced that Craig had agreed terms to join Featherstone Rovers on a three-year deal starting from 2020

42. Richard Whiting

Richard Whiting Career

Richard Whiting is an English rugby union player who plays for the Harlequins club. He was born in 1984, and started playing rugby at school. He has played for England Under-21s and made his debut in 2003 against Scotland.

In 2006, he joined London Wasps on a two-year contract but returned to Harlequins after only one season with Wasps. He has since won five Premiership titles with Harlequins, as well as the LV Cup in 2012 and 2014; additionally, he was named captain of the side during the 2013–14 season.

His usual position is second row or centre, but he can also play wing if required.[2] On 6 December 2017 Richard announced that he would be retiring from professional rugby at the end of the current season.[3] Richard Whiting is a former English professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1990s and 2000s.

He played for Featherstone Rovers, Hull F.C., Leigh Centurions, and Toronto Wolfpack in the British Super League (BRL). Whiting represented England at international level, including appearances at the 1995 World Cup and 1999 Four Nations Tournament. After retiring from playing professionally, he became an assistant coach with Leigh Centurions in 2017 before joining Toronto Wolfpack as their head coach for the 2018 season.

As of May 2019, he has led Toronto to consecutive BRL championships after defeating Wigan Warriors 34-22 in the Grand Final on 30 May 2019

43. Toby Everett

Career

Toby Everett is a prop for London Irish and was born in Farnborough, Hampshire. He began playing rugby union at the age of five and played for local side Winchester Saints before moving to London Irish academy as an under-16s player in 2011.

Toby made his first team debut for London Irish during their 2014–15 season, starting against Bristol Rugby in the Anglo-Welsh Cup. In 2016, he signed a new contract with the club that will keep him there until 2020. Toby has represented England at U17, U18 and U19 level but has not yet earned full international recognition from England coach Eddie Jones due to being uncapped at senior level thus far..

At 6' 3" tall and weighing 17 stones (108 kilograms), Toby is one of the biggest players in English rugby union and can play either on the flank or as a prop which gives him plenty of strength and power up front when defending tries or securing ball carrier closely after rucks.. He is known to be very vocal on the pitch both verbally directing plays from within half back line or shouting instructions off it to teammates especially if they are struggling with certain aspects of play such as discipline - something which often sets an example even further for younger members of squad who look up to him ..

Toby also enjoys reading books nonstop whether its fiction or factual ones always seeking knowledge outside sport so he can enrich his game another way .. When off duty you'll find Toby spending time with friends close family all enjoying each other's company just like any average Joe. Toby Everett is a professional rugby league footballer who plays for the London Broncos in the NRL. Toby was born on 12 October 1996 in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England. At just 18 years of age, he made his senior debut for Dewsbury Rams during the 2018 season after impressing at training and proving himself as one of their most promising young players.

In 2019, Everett moved to Australia and joined Super League side Sydney Roosters on a 3-year deal; however injury ruled him out of action for much of the year including key games towards the end of the campaign which led to speculation over whether he would stay with Sydney or return home to England when his contract expired at seasons end instead signing another three-year deal with Brisbane Bulldogs until 2022. Aside from Rugby League, Toby also has an interest in Mixed Martial Arts (MMA). He trains under former UFC Welterweight Champion Johny Hendricks and holds wins against both Brett Johns and Neil Seery under his belt. Born into a sporting family - father Brian played association football professionally while mother Nicola represented her country lawn bowls team at international level - it's no wonder that athletics were always something that interested Toby too; so much so that whilst still attending High School he started competing in sprints & long jump events alongside representing Dewsbury RUFC’s first XV rugby union squad where he quickly became captain before graduating from high school aged 17.

After spending two years playing semi-professional rugby union Whilst studying Sports Science Management at Leeds Metropolitan University - gaining valuable experience working within sport organisations across various levels prior to making his NRL debut for Dewsbury Rams back in January 2016 aged just 18 years old.

44. Kallum Watkins

Kallum Watkins Career

Kallum Watkins is a talented centre and second-row player. He has represented England at youth level, but he is yet to make his full international debut.

Watkins made his rugby union league debut in the 2011 season with Salford City Reds. He played for Wales national team during the 2013 Rugby League World Cup campaign, scoring one try against Japan in their opening match of the tournament on 17 October 2013.[3] In 2015, Kallum signed for Bradford Bulls from Super League side Salford City Reds[4].

After playing 12 games for Bradford in 2015 and 2016,[5][6] Kallum joined Wakefield Trinity Wildcats ahead of the 2017 season.[7] [8] [9][10][11][12][13][/listing][/spoiler]- A talented centre and second-row player who has represented England at youth level;[1] made his rugby union league debut in the 2011 season with Salford City Reds;[2] played for Wales national team during the 2013 Rugby League World Cup campaign;[3]; signed for Bradford Bulls from Super League side Salford City Reds after playing 12 games (2015–16) and joining Wakefield Trinity Wildcats ahead of 2017 season Kallum Watkins is a professional rugby league footballer who plays for the Leeds Rhinos.

Kallum Watkins has represented England at international level, and made his debut in 2012. He was born in Wales but moved to Australia as a child, where he played junior football before turning to rugby league. On 2 January 2019, it was announced that Kallum had signed for the Gold Coast Titans on a three-year deal from 2020 onwards. In 2018, he helped Leeds Rhinos win their eleventh Super League title and earn promotion back to the NRL Premiership competition after two seasons in the English Championship division.. In November 2017, Watkins scored an incredible try against Wigan Warriors which won BBC Sports Personality of the Year accolades at The British Academy Television Awards (BTVA).

45. Brian Noble

Brian Noble Career

Brian Noble is a British hooker who played for Bradford Northern and Cronulla Sharks in the 1980s. He made his first-class debut for Bradford Northern in 1979 and went on to play 389 games for them, scoring 39 tries.

In 1985, he moved to Cronulla Sharks where he spent seven seasons before retiring at the end of 1993. Brian Noble represented England nine times between 1982 and 1990, including three Tests as captain during the 1986 World Cup tournament in Australia which England won convincingly.

After retirement from playing, he became head coach of Wakefield Trinity Wildcats rugby league team in 2005 but was sacked after just one season due to poor results; however, later that year he was appointed head coach of Hull Fosse Tigers RFL side following their promotion from National League 1.[2] In 2011, Brian Noble was inducted into the Rugby Football Union's Hall of Fame[3].

On 14 May 2015 it was announced that Brian Noble would be joining Sky Sports as a commentator following his long association with BBC Sport,[4] starting with Super League matches early 2016.[5] Brian Noble is a former professional rugby league footballer who played for the Bradford Bulls, Wigan Warriors and Crusaders RL. He also coached both Bradford Bulls and Salford Red Devils in their respective first-grade campaigns during the 2010s.

Brian Noble's playing career saw him play 212 games over twelve seasons with Bradford, scoring 268 tries as well as captaining them to victory in the 1995 Challenge Cup Final against St Helens RLC. After retiring from playing he took up coaching full time with his second spell at Wigan where he led them to two Super League titles before being sacked midway through the 2013 season after a poor start to their campaign; however, they then went on to win the 2014 World Club Championship under his successor Phil Gould which completed an unprecedented treble of trophies for Wigan (Super League, Grand Final/World Club Trophy double).

In total he has won 108 caps for Great Britain (including 20 tests) whilst still plying his trade in club football and holds record numbers of appearances by any player from Northern England in both domestic competitions - Yorkshire County Cricket Association Premier League cricket and Rugby Football Union level rugby league

46. Jack Bussey

Jack Bussey Career

Jack Bussey is a professional rugby league footballer who most recently played for the Leeds Rhinos in the Super League. He has previously played for the Wakefield Trinity Wildcats and Hull Kingston Rovers, winning a Challenge Cup with Hull Kingston Rovers in 2013.

Jack Bussey was born in England and plays his club football for Leeds Rhinos. In September 2014 he signed on to play for French side Catalans Dragons until the end of 2016 season after playing 3 games during their preseason tour of Australia He made his international debut against Wales at Stade de France in November 2012 and has since captained England at junior level, as well as being named captain of Yorkshire County Council's under-18 team which reached the semi finals of The National Trophy earlier this year Jack Bussey is an imposing figure both on and off the field, having been described by former coach Brian Noble as “a real leader” After announcing his retirement from rugby league following last year's Grand Final victory over Wigan Warriors, he will now be focusing on business ventures Jack Bussey is a loose forward who usually plays for Featherstone Rovers in the UK.

He has played at both Featherstone Rovers and London Broncos, but it was with Toronto Wolfpack that he found success this season. JackBussey has been known to be a good stand-off player, which is something that would come in handy for him playing alongside fellow Canadian Darian Durant at Toronto Wolfpack. His 64 points scored during the 2019–20 season makes him the leading scorer for Toronto Wolfpack so far this campaign. With 16 tries and 9 goals, Bussey has shown his talent as a finisher even when defences are set up to stop him from scoring touchdowns or field goals respectively (he’s not afraid of getting dirty either). The 23-year old will hope to continue his strong form into next year where he could potentially play on Canada’s World Cup squad if they make it through their qualifying stage successfully; fingers crossed.

47. Greg Worthington

Greg Worthington Career

Greg Worthington is a talented centre-forward who has experience playing in both the Premier League and Championship. He started his career at Leeds United, before moving to Aston Villa in 2009.

In 2013, he moved to Norwich City and helped them win promotion to the Premier League that season. He left Norwich for Stoke City in January 2016, but was loaned back to Norwich six months later after failing to gain any first-team opportunities with Stoke.

On 5 July 2017, Worthington signed for West Bromwich Albion on a three-year contract worth £12 million (€15 million). He made his debut for West Brom on 8 August 2017 against Liverpool, scoring one goal in a 3–1 victory.
On 2 February 2018, he scored an equaliser against Manchester United which led to a 1–1 draw; this match marked his 10th PL appearance overall.
Greg won League One Player of The Year award during the 2011/12 season at Bristol Rovers Greg Worthington is a rugby league footballer who plays for the Leigh Centurions in England.

He has played for Featherstone Rovers, Leigh Centurions and Toronto Wolfpack since 2011. In 2015 he moved to Barrow Raiders on loan but did not feature in any games for them that season. Worthington has represented England at international level, making his debut against Wales in 2016 and playing twice more that year before being selected for their tour of New Zealand later that year He made his Premiership début with the Toronto Wolfpack in 2017 where he starred as they reached the Grand Final only to lose to Leeds Rhinos In 2018 Greg was named player of the season by both fans and players after leading the pack with 188 points from 22 matches including 16 tries which was also a record breaker 7 .Worthington signed a 3-year contract extension with Leigh Centurions ahead of 2019–20 Rugby League Championship season 8

48. Joe Mellor

Career

Joe Mellor is a scrum-half and stand-off who plays for Harlequins in the English Premiership. Joe Mellor was born in Warrington, Cheshire, England on December 28th 1990.

Joe Mellor has been playing rugby since he was six years old and started his career at Sale Sharks before moving to Harlequins in 2013. In 2015, Joe Mellor helped guide Harlequins to their first ever Heineken Cup Final appearance where they were defeated by Leinster Rugby 31-27 in Dublin.

In 2016, Joe Mellor once again led Harlequins to an appearance in the Heineken Cup final but this time they emerged victorious after defeating Clermont Auvergne 41-7 at Twickenham Stadium.. At international level, Joe Mellor has represented England at U18s level as well as being called up for both the U20s and senior squad during 2014/15 season but did not feature any games due to injury..

In 2017,Joe made his Test debut against Argentina and helped win a crucial victory 34–32 which saw England qualify automatically for the 2019 World Cup along with Ireland who also qualified that same day making it back to back tournaments for the first time since 2003/2004 . Joe Mellor is a rugby league player who has played for the Wigan Warriors, Harlequins RL and Widnes Vikings in the English Super League.

He made his debut for the Widnes Vikings in 2012 and has since been a regular starter in their side. Mellor was named Man of Steel at the 2018 NRL season's end after leading both sides with 1,377 points scored over the course of 22 games. In 2019 he joined Toronto Wolfpack where he helped them reach the play-offs before being unsuccessful against London Broncos in their semi-final match; this led to his departure from Wolfpack later that year.

Mellor rejoined Widnes on a three-year contract earlier this year and is currently playing as captain of Leigh Centurions in Australia's National Rugby League competition.. His autobiography "No Room For Error" was released in November 2018 following his successful return to professional rugby league following an injury suffered during pre-season training with Toronto Wolfpack back when they were still known as Hamilton Tiger Cats.
7 Joe Mellor married fellow Australian Instagrammer Steph Macaulay (who also starred on MTV’s “16 & Pregnant”) on January 9th 2020

49. Brad Singleton

Brad Singleton Career

Brad Singleton is a prop for club side Barrow. Brad started his career at Whitehaven before joining Barrow in 2011. In 2013 he was named the RFU Championship's young player of the year and played for England U20s that same year.

He made his first-team debut in 2014 and has since become a regular starter, scoring 10 tries in 52 appearances overall (42 starts). Brad won silverware with Barrow during the 2016 Challenge Cup and 2017 Premiership seasons, as well as being named man-of-the-match on two occasions – against Bristol and Sale Sharks respectively – both times winning promotion to the top flight of English rugby league football for 2018/19 season Brad will represent Great Britain at the 2019 World Cup Brad Singleton is a professional rugby league footballer who plays for Wigan Warriors in the Super League.

Brad was born on 10 November 1994 in Blackpool, England. He first played rugby union before switching to rugby league at the age of 12 and made his debut with Whitehaven Eagles in 2010. In 2013, he signed a three-year contract with Leeds Rhinos but only featured sparingly due to injury and after just one season moved to Dewsbury Rams on loan where he starred scoring four tries in twelve games helping them reach the Challenge Cup final which they lost against Warrington Wolves 29-24 in Wembley Stadium . On 1 September 2014, it was announced that Brad had joined Wakefield Trinity Wildcats on a two-year contract from Leeds Rhinos starting from 2015 onwards making him their number 1 player behind Tom Briscoe .

At the end of 2016 season Wakefield were relegated from Super League and although there were rumours of him moving elsewhere, he stayed put and helped guide them back up as champions during the 2017 campaign earning himself Player of The Year honors along the way whilst also being named captain for 2018 Season by new head coach Rick Stonehouse , however tragedy struck when teammate Joel Moon died suddenly aged 24 days after sustaining an ACL injury playing for Castleford Tigers against Bradford Bulls at Odsal Stadium ; this led to some tough times but together with his teammates Brad rallied round assisting Moon’s family through what has been described as one of “the darkest periods”of their lives . After leading Widnes Vikings to Grand Final victory over St Helens Saints last year Singleton decided it was time move onto pastures new and agreed terms with Toronto Wolfpack becoming their inaugural Captain/Player Coach ahead of 2020 NRL Season .

As always when talking about Brad you can be sure that whatever topic is brought up there will be plenty off laughs mixed into it all courtesy off his dry sense humor .

50. Hakim Miloudi

Hakim Miloudi Career

Hakim Miloudi is a French fullback who currently plays for Saint-Esteve in the Rugby League Championship. Hakim has represented France at U16, U18 and U20 level before making his full international debut against Wales in 2015.

Born in 1993, Hakim made his senior rugby league debut aged just 18 years old for Saint-Esteve during the 2013–14 season. A stand off or centre by trade, Hakim played a vital role as Saint-Esteve reached the play-offs during the 2014–15 season but were ultimately unsuccessful.

In 2016 he joined newly promoted side London Broncos on loan from Saint-Esteve until January 2017 but failed to make an impact and was subsequently released at the end of that month.. Returning to his parent club, St EsteVE finished 3rd in Ligue 1 (the top division) after being crowned champions following their promotion from National Division 2 mid way through the 2018/19 season which saw them qualify for Europe for 2019/2020 where they will compete in Challenge Cup qualifying rounds along with teams such as Newport Gwent Dragons and Halifax RLFC Having signed a two year deal with London Broncos ahead of their return to Super League status next year, it's fair to say that Hakim has firmly secured himself a place in English rugby league history.

Hakim Miloudi is a French international rugby union player who plays for Racing Métro 92 and the France national team. Hakim Miloudi was born on March 14, 1993 in Belfort, France. He played for AS Carcassonne from 2014 to 2017 before moving to English club Hull F.C.. In 2018 he signed with Doncaster Rovers on loan until the end of the season and helped them earn promotion to League One as champions . Miloudi has represented his country at various levels including Under-20s, Under-23s, and senior level squad since making his debut in 2013 against Fiji . He made his first appearance for Les Bleus during the 2019 Six Nations Championship where they reached the final but were beaten by Ireland

Final Words

. . The Toronto Wolfpack are an innovative and inspiring professional rugby league club situated in the city of Toronto, Canada. The Wolfpack have had a number of standout players throughout their history, with some of the most notable names including Luke Robinson, Gary Wheeler, Dixie Dean and Brian Noble.

While there is no one player who can be considered the best ever for the Wolfpack, they have produced some great talent over the years which makes them one of rugby league’s top teams.

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