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Brad Singleton

@bradsingo
DOB
29/10/1992
Birth Place
Barrow, England
Position
PROP
Weight
99kg
Height
188cm
Honours
Ireland
Heritage Number
1389

BIOGRAPHY

Rhinos Debut: v Salford 29/10/1992

In 2018 Brad was given the famous number ten shirt, worn by club legends Barrie McDermott and Jamie Peacock.  He had been in top form the previous season, winning his second Super League title and making his debut for Ireland in the World Cup in Australia.

Brad is originally from Barrow and signed for the Rhinos in 2009 and in his first year impressed as part of the Rhinos Academy. He signed a new four-year contract at the club ahead of the 2016 season after helping the Rhinos achieve the treble.

He is a strong tackler whose game is based on making metres, making big tackles and having lots of carries.  He signed for the Rhinos in 2009 and was seen as a player with the capability of making it through to the senior ranks at an early stage whilst playing in the Rhinos Foundation Academy.

He made his debut against Salford City Reds and his efforts in his debut season were rewarded when he was named captain of the England Academy squad and the England Schools Under-16 side that defeated France, scoring a try in the 50-28 win.

The following year he made one first team appearance for the Rhinos and joined Dewsbury Rams on a dual registration during the season where he gained valuable first team experience. As well as this he also represented the Under-20s on 12 occasions and appeared in their Grand Final game against Warrington Wolves.

He played part of the 2013 season on dual registration at Hunslet but made the most of his opportunity when the Rhinos first team were hit with injuries and his extended run of games allowed him to make an impact on the team and he was nominated for the Shooting Star Young Player of the Year award.

His form earned him selection for the England Knights squad at the end of the 2013 season and came on from the bench in their friendly against Samoa. He played a regular first team role during the 2014 season, making 24 appearances and enjoyed one of his best seasons at the club in 2015 as part of the treble winning side, that saw him score a try in the Challenge Cup win over Hull KR. A former Barrow Island, he player has also represented Cumbria at 15 and 16’s age group level.

He has played for the England Academy and the England Schools U16 side that defeated France, scoring a try in the 50-28 win.

 

Honours:

Super League Grand Final: 2015, 2017

Challenge Cup: 2015

League Leaders Shield: 2015

World Club Challenge: Finalist 2016,2018

 

STATS

MINUTES PLAYED
632
METERS GAINED
1113.6
CARRIES
132
AVERAGE GAIN
1120.1
TACKLES
385
MARKER TACKLES
71
TACKLE BUSTS
15
MISSED TACKLES
12
CLEAN BREAKS
1
OFFLOADS
7
ERRORS
2
PENALTIES CONCEDED
0

The Wetherby Whaler

The Wetherby Whaler is a family owned chain of fish and chip restaurants and takeaways. The business was founded by Phillip and Janine Murphy in Tadcaster in 1969. Originally a traditional fish and chip takeaway serving the local community, it was here that we learnt our trade and developed our skills and knowledge that enabled us to prosper. It was this original experience that enabled us to focus on two guided principles that developed to become the foundation for the ‘whaler experience’. These principles are always using quality haddock without skin and bone, cooked in the crispiest batter with Maris Piper potatoes, and warm friendly service with a smile.
DateOppositionTriesGoalsField GoalsYellow CardsRed CardsPoints
14/06/2019Wigan Warriors000000
07/06/2019Wakefield Trinity000000
26/05/2019London Broncos000000
16/05/2019Castleford Tigers000000
03/05/2019Salford Red Devils000000
28/04/2019Hull Kingston Rovers000000
12/04/2019Workington Town000000
04/04/2019Hull Kingston Rovers100004
28/03/2019Castleford Tigers000000
23/03/2019Catalans Dragons000000
08/03/2019Hull FC000000
01/03/2019Wakefield Trinity000000
22/02/2019St Helens000000
17/02/2019Salford Red Devils000000
02/02/2019Warrington Wolves000000
Total100004
DateOppositionTTATKMTMITBATCMAGCBDREFTGMGOFPYCRC
14/06/2019Wigan Warriors004370106599.80000000100
07/06/2019Wakefield Trinity001931105346.80100000100
26/05/2019London Broncos0023242012695.80000002100
16/05/2019Castleford Tigers00431020010535.30000003000
03/05/2019Salford Red Devils002441101010210.20000000000
28/04/2019Hull Kingston Rovers00233010141258.90110000200
12/04/2019Workington Town00192130121109.20000000100
04/04/2019Hull Kingston Rovers1029901010757.51000001000
28/03/2019Castleford Tigers003332009869.60000000100
23/03/2019Catalans Dragons002181007476.70000000300
08/03/2019Hull FC001653106284.70000000100
01/03/2019Wakefield Trinity0017112011766.90000001000
22/02/2019St Helens001623105418.20000000100
17/02/2019Salford Red Devils003171009637.00010000000
02/02/2019Warrington Wolves002850106396.50000000000
Total1038571201501321007113.112200071200
Stats Key
  • T: Tries
  • TA: Try Assists
  • TC: Tackles
  • MT: Marker Tackles
  • MIT: Missed Tackles
  • TB: Tackle Busts
  • AT: Attacking Kicks
  • C: Carries
  • M: Metres
  • AG: Average Gain
  • CB: Clean Break
  • DR: Run From Dummy Half
  • E: Errors
  • FT: Forty Twenty
  • G: Goals
  • MG: Missed Goals
  • OF: Offload
  • P: Penalties
  • YC: Yellow Card
  • RC: Red Card
COMPETITION
APPEARANCES
TRIES
GOALS
DROP GOALS
POINTS
LADBROKES CHALLENGE CUP 2018
4
7
10
-
-
LADBROKES CHALLENGE CUP 2018
4
7
10
79
-
LADBROKES CHALLENGE CUP 2018
4
7
10
35
-
LADBROKES CHALLENGE CUP 2018
4
7
10
18
-