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Apollo Perelini by Dave Dooley:

This genial Samoan whose birth-date coincided with the first manned spacecraft to land on the moon certainly graced the Saints with some out of the world performances. Apollo was given the nickname `The Terminator` after exercising some bone-crunching tackles whilst playing international rugby union. His tough performances certainly caught the eye of the professional ranks and St Helens RFC in particular. Perelini was signed in the summer of 1994 and soon willingly embarked on his transformation to one of the greatest ever forwards to play at Knowsley Road. He came on as a substitute to make his debut against Workington Town at Derwent Park as the Saints prevailed by 30 points to 25. His starting debut came as a baptism of fire as the Saints faced up against Australia on November 1st., 1994. The 32 points to 14 loss was the club`s best performance against the tourists for many years. Apollo`s talents were evident from this outing even though he donned the number 13 jersey that day. He was very strong taking the ball forward, with a good pair of hands and, of course, a magnificent tackler. His dedication to fitness, healthy lifestyle and mature professional approach were the vital ingredients of a happy and successful career in rugby league.

At the commencement of the 1995/6 season, the Saints were building towards the Super league era at this time and Apollo was very much characteristic of a side that was assembled to attack the opposition. He had matured and his dedicated training had sculptured a superb physique with considerable speed for a forward. Although the side wasn`t winning any trophies their potential was there for all to see. The truncated centenary campaign of 1995/6 was very much a final training session for the full professional era. The measure of the quality of a St Helens side is how well it performs against its deadly rivals from Wigan. In the third game of the season Saints were thrashed by the Riversiders by 52 points to 20 at Knowsley Road. With the recruitment of Paul Newlove and the maturation of other personnel, by the end of the campaign Saints were running Wigan close in a tightly fought Regal Trophy Final, that saw Apollo have a storming game at prop. Earlier in the same competition he had scored a superb brace of tries in the 38 points to 26 win at Hull and followed that up with another superlative double in the 80 points to nil semi-final win over the Wire. Ten tries from 20 matches in that campaign indicated how much Apollo had matured in attack.

The 1996 season for Apollo was so successful and memorable that it would be easy to overlook his fantastic work-rate in both attack and defence. Nevertheless, Saints supporters would remember three golden moments for Apollo which were so pivotal in the success of that inaugural Super League season. Saints preparations for the Challenge Cup run under Shaun McRae went without a hitch apart. In the quarter final match at the Willows, Saints blew away the Salford challenge by b46 points to 26. A defining moments in the cup campaign came when Aopllo received the ball inside his own half. A powerful burst scattered the Reds defence as Apollo sped away from the hapless three-quarters to the amazement of live and armchair supporters alike. It was the nailing of a `Wanted Poster` on Super League Headquartes – that is the Saints were wanting trophies! The power of Apollo Perelini was then on hand to star in a feast of attacking rugby which saw Saints prevail by 40 points to 32 in one of the greatest Challenge Cup Finals of all time. The game ebbed and flowed dramatically up to the last few minutes when Apollo`s killer punch finally domesticated the gallant Bradford Bulls. After a roller coaster of a scintillating match, in which Saints had overcome a record 14 points deficit to lead by 34 points to 32 and the match very much in the balance, a typical crossfield run 15 metres from the Bradford line by captain Bobbie Goulding resulted in a reverse pass to the charging Samoan. Apollo was unstoppable as he brushed aside two desperate attempted tackles to dive over near to the posts.Who would ever forget Apollo`s prayer of thanks and praise after the score as his team-mates were overcome with joy. The honour of delivering such a critical and decisive was never more deserved in the history of the game.

So often such moments and accolades are captured by a last minute goal-kick or a winger squeezing out a try by the corner post. No one would have believed that another lightning would strike a prop forward twice in the same season. At the conclusion of the season Saints were faced with a tough programme of four away fixtures on the bounce prior to three home matches to round off the Championship. Saints at the time were one point ahead of deadly rivals Wigan. The pundits rightly reckoned that the Saints needed a clean sweep of victories to become Super League Champions. The first match featured another stunner from Apollo that he started from his own half with a block-bursting run; then fabulous support play saw Perelini on hand to receive a timely inside pass and score behind the posts. This effectively killed the game as Saints rattled up 54 points against the Bears with sore heads. The ultimate challenge however was the following week as all of Wigan were praying that Saints would come unstuck against the London Broncos. In a titanic struggle the lead changed hands several times as the Saints desperately tried to keep in the match as the Cockneys led by 28 points to 26 with the clock running down. Thirteen metres from the London tryline Karle Hammond provided Apollo with a pass which he received in a stationary position. Perelini propelled himself through three tackles and was swamped by Broncos defenders as he crossed the line. With no vacant acreage beneath him to plant the ball conventionally, Apollo twisted onto his back and somehow grounded the ovoid over his shoulder. The video referee viewed the grounding for seemingly an eternity before awarding a touchdown. “Other players asked me if it was a try. Basically I knew it was a try. The boys knew I was honest and I gave an honest answer,” remarked Apollo in an after the match interview. For many this was the defining moment of the 1996 Championship winning campaign.

The 1997 season saw Apollo and the Saints return to Wembley for a repeat victory over the Bradford Bulls. Perelini had scored a crucial try in the fourth round match against Wigan when Saints had to play the majority of the match with just 12 men. By this time Apollo was entrenched in the Saints set—up with consistently strong games in both attack and defence. This form was carried on through the next two campaigns and in 1999 Apollo was joint top of the Appearances chart alongside Kieron Cunningham. This stability helped the Saints weather a mid season blip in form to register over 1000 points in the league finishing the campaign in second place behind Bradford. Apollo`s power was in evidence in the play off victories over Leeds and Castleford as the Saints booked a date of destiny with the Bulls in the second Grand Final at Old Trafford. Perelini was a cornerstone of the side which resisted the Bradford advances and came back to overcome the rugged Bulls defence to snatch a victory by 8 points to 6 in the last stanza of the game.

Apollo`s last season was also to end in glory. His attacking prowess was still in evidence as demonstrated in the 50 points to 30 victory over Huddersfield Giants when Perelini helped himself to a notable brace of touchdowns. His fairy tale finale was in the 2000 Grand Final against the old enemy at Old Trafford. In a pulsating game Apollo ended his Saints` career as a winner. His second Grand Final ring was collected after a dominant 29 point to 16 win over Wigan. In 193 appearances for the club, Apollo grabbed 44 tries (fifth on the all-time list for Saints` props). He was a man and player who commanded immense respect from all who had the pleasure to play with him or even meet him!

Apollo was warmly welcomed back to the club in 2004 when he was appointed fitness conditioner. His presence greatly helped the team to bond well as a unit as well as maintain fitness through the campaign that included a fine Challenge Cup Final victory over Wigan in Cardiff.





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Apollo Perelini : Season Stats

Season (Official Matches)TriesGoalsDGoalsMatches
1994~95 4 0 0 27
1995~9610 0 0 20
1996 12 0 0 27
19973 0 0 27
19984 0 0 25
19995 0 0 34
20006 0 0 34
TOTALS:44 0 0 194

Season (Other Matches)TriesGoalsDGoalsMatches
1995~962001
19960001
19972003
19980001
1999 0001
TOTALS:4007

W/D/LPosDateOpponentsCompSeasonVenueFTFTOTGDGNPS**
W 14 11th Sep 1994 Workington Town L 1994~95 A 30 25 0 0 0 View
D 15 2nd Oct 1994 Oldham L 1994~95 A 18 18 0 0 0 View
W 15 9th Oct 1994 Leeds L 1994~95 H 25 18 0 0 0 View
W 15 16th Oct 1994 Bradford Northern L 1994~95 A 51 12 0 0 0 View
L 13 1st Nov 1994 Australia Tour 1994~95 H 14 32 0 0 0 View
W 15 8th Nov 1994 Doncaster L 1994~95 A 24 5 0 0 0 View
W 15 13th Nov 1994 Halifax L 1994~95 H 18 14 0 0 0 View
L 10 27th Nov 1994 Salford L 1994~95 A 12 39 0 0 0 View
W 10 4th Dec 1994 Huddersfield RT2 1994~95 A 52 11 0 0 0 View
W 10 11th Dec 1994 Workington Town L 1994~95 H 48 10 0 0 0 View
D 10 18th Dec 1994 Batley RT3 1994~95 A 22 22 1 0 0 View
W 10 20th Dec 1994 Batley RT3rep 1994~95 H 50 22 0 0 0 View
L 12 26th Dec 1994 Wigan L 1994~95 H 25 32 0 0 0 View
L 10 8th Jan 1995 Wigan RT4 1994~95 A 22 24 0 0 0 View
L 10 11th Jan 1995 Wakefield Trinity L 1994~95 A 0 15 0 0 0 View
W 10 15th Jan 1995 Featherstone Rovers L 1994~95 H 26 20 1 0 0 View
W 10 22nd Jan 1995 Hull L 1994~95 H 54 18 1 0 0 View
L 10 5th Feb 1995 Sheffield Eagles L 1994~95 A 31 35 0 0 0 View
W 15 17th Mar 1995 Bradford Northern L 1994~95 H 36 27 0 0 0 View
W 10 22nd Mar 1995 Leeds L 1994~95 A 31 20 0 0 0 View
L 10 26th Mar 1995 Featherstone Rovers L 1994~95 A 27 34 0 0 0 View
W 10 2nd Apr 1995 Wakefield Trinity L 1994~95 H 56 14 0 0 0 View
L 10 14th Apr 1995 Wigan L 1994~95 A 18 34 0 0 0 View
W 10 17th Apr 1995 Widnes L 1994~95 H 54 22 0 0 0 View
W 8 21st Apr 1995 Warrington L 1994~95 H 31 12 1 0 0 View
W 8 7th May 1995 Halifax PT1 1994~95 H 32 16 0 0 0 View
L 8 14th May 1995 Leeds PTSF 1994~95 A 26 30 0 0 0 View
W 10 6th Aug 1995 Hull* Fr Testimonial 1995~96 H 64 16 2 0 0 View
W 10 20th Aug 1995 Bradford Bulls L 1995~96 H 55 10 1 0 0 View
W 10 23rd Aug 1995 Oldham L 1995~96 A 44 18 1 0 0 View
L 10 28th Aug 1995 Wigan L 1995~96 H 20 52 0 0 0 View
L 8 3rd Sep 1995 Leeds L 1995~96 A 24 36 0 0 0 View
W 8 13th Sep 1995 Sheffield Eagles L 1995~96 H 62 20 1 0 0 View
W 16 17th Sep 1995 Castleford L 1995~96 H 35 18 1 0 0 View
L 10 20th Sep 1995 Warrington L 1995~96 A 16 28 1 0 0 View
W 8 1st Nov 1995 London Broncos L 1995~96 A 50 34 0 0 0 View
W 17 17th Nov 1995 Bradford Bulls L 1995~96 A 32 18 0 0 0 View
W 12 26th Nov 1995 Hull RT3 1995~96 A 38 26 2 0 0 View
L 12 29th Nov 1995 Sheffield Eagles L 1995~96 A 18 32 0 0 0 View
W 12 3rd Dec 1995 Workington Town L 1995~96 H 58 10 0 0 0 View
W 8 10th Dec 1995 Halifax RT4 1995~96 H 46 18 1 0 0 View
W 8 13th Dec 1995 Oldham L 1995~96 H 32 22 0 0 0 View
L 11 20th Dec 1995 Castleford L 1995~96 A 18 26 0 0 0 View
W 10 4th Jan 1996 Warrington RTSF 1995~96 H 80 0 2 0 0 View
W 8 7th Jan 1996 Warrington L 1995~96 H 54 14 0 0 0 View
L 8 13th Jan 1996 Wigan RTF 1995~96 N 16 25 0 0 0 View
W 8 17th Jan 1996 London Broncos L 1995~96 H 48 18 0 0 0 View
L 8 21st Jan 1996 Halifax L 1995~96 A 24 32 0 0 0 View
W 8 4th Feb 1996 Castleford Tigers SCCC4 1996 A 58 16 0 0 0 View
W 8 11th Feb 1996 Rochdale Hornets SCCC5 1996 A 58 20 0 0 0 View
W 8 24th Feb 1996 Salford Reds SCCC6 1996 A 46 26 1 0 0 View
W 8 9th Mar 1996 Widnes SCCCSF 1996 N 24 14 0 0 0 View
W 8 31st Mar 1996 Workington Town SL 1996 A 62 0 1 0 0 View
W 8 5th Apr 1996 Wigan Warriors SL 1996 H 41 26 0 0 0 View
W 8 8th Apr 1996 Leeds Rhinos SL 1996 A 46 24 0 0 0 View
W 8 14th Apr 1996 Bradford Bulls SL 1996 H 26 20 1 0 0 View
W 8 27th Apr 1996 Bradford Bulls SCCCF 1996 W 40 32 1 0 0 View
W 8 5th May 1996 Oldham Bears SL 1996 H 66 18 1 0 0 View
W 8 12th May 1996 London Broncos SL 1996 H 24 22 0 0 0 View
W 8 17th May 1996 Warrington Wolves SL 1996 A 25 24 0 0 0 View
W 8 27th May 1996 Castleford Tigers SL 1996 H 62 24 1 0 0 View
W 8 2nd Jun 1996 Paris St.Germain SL 1996 H 52 10 0 0 0 View
W 8 8th Jun 1996 Sheffield Eagles SL 1996 A 43 32 0 0 0 View
L 8 21st Jun 1996 Wigan Warriors SL 1996 A 19 35 0 0 0 View
W 16 30th Jun 1996 Leeds Rhinos SL 1996 H 42 16 1 0 0 View
L 16 5th Jul 1996 Bradford Bulls SL 1996 A 22 50 0 0 0 View
W 8 14th Jul 1996 Halifax Blue Sox SL 1996 H 58 20 0 0 0 View
W 8 19th Jul 1996 Oldham Bears SL 1996 A 54 18 2 0 0 View
W 8 27th Jul 1996 London Broncos SL 1996 A 32 28 2 0 0 View
W 8 2nd Aug 1996 Castleford Tigers SL 1996 A 20 16 0 0 0 View
W 8 10th Aug 1996 Paris St.Germain SL 1996 A 32 12 1 0 0 View
W 8 18th Aug 1996 Sheffield Eagles SL 1996 H 68 2 0 0 0 View
W 8 26th Aug 1996 Warrington Wolves SL 1996 H 66 14 0 0 0 View
W 8 1st Sep 1996 London Broncos PTSF 1996 H 25 14 0 0 0 View
L 8 8th Sep 1996 Wigan Warriors PTF 1996 N 14 44 0 0 0 View
L 8 26th Dec 1996 Wigan* Fr Norweb Challenge 1996 A 22 32 0 0 0 View
W 8 12th Jan 1997 Wigan* Fr Norweb Challenge 1997 H 44 12 2 0 0 View
L 8 24th Jan 1997 Leeds Rhinos* Fr 1997 H 30 36 0 0 0 View
W 8 8th Feb 1997 Wigan Warriors SCCC4 1997 H 26 12 1 0 0 View
W 8 23rd Feb 1997 Hull SCCC5 1997 H 54 8 0 0 0 View
W 8 9th Mar 1997 Keighley Cougars SCCC6 1997 A 24 0 0 0 0 View
W 8 16th Mar 1997 London Broncos SL 1997 A 28 24 0 0 0 View
W 8 22nd Mar 1997 Salford Reds SCCCSF 1997 N 50 20 0 0 0 View
W 8 28th Mar 1997 Wigan Warriors SL 1997 A 22 10 0 0 0 View
W 8 31st Mar 1997 Sheffield Eagles SL 1997 H 32 12 0 0 0 View
W 8 5th Apr 1997 Paris St.Germain SL 1997 A 44 6 0 0 0 View
L 8 11th Apr 1997 Leeds Rhinos SL 1997 A 12 13 1 0 0 View
W 8 15th Apr 1997 Salford Reds SL 1997 H 19 12 0 0 0 View
W 8 27th Apr 1997 Castleford Tigers SL 1997 H 42 16 0 0 0 View
W 8 3rd May 1997 Bradford Bulls SCCCF 1997 W 32 22 0 0 0 View
L 8 11th May 1997 Bradford Bulls SL 1997 A 18 38 1 0 0 View
D 8 16th May 1997 London Broncos SL 1997 H 22 22 0 0 0 View
L 8 22nd May 1997 Salford Reds SL 1997 A 26 39 0 0 0 View
L 8 26th May 1997 Wigan Warriors SL 1997 H 12 65 0 0 0 View
L 8 6th Jun 1997 Auckland Warriors WCC 1997 H 14 42 0 0 0 View
L 11 16th Jun 1997 Cronulla Sharks WCC 1997 H 8 48 0 0 0 View
L 8 22nd Jun 1997 Penrith Panthers WCC 1997 H 30 50 0 0 0 View
L 15 17th Aug 1997 Castleford Tigers SL 1997 A 16 35 0 0 0 Y View
W 15 22nd Aug 1997 Warrington Wolves SL 1997 A 22 20 0 0 0 View
W 15 25th Aug 1997 Leeds Rhinos SL 1997 H 25 18 0 0 0 View
W 14 31st Aug 1997 Paris St.Germain SL 1997 H 26 14 0 0 0 View
W 11 12th Sep 1997 Salford Reds PT 1997 H 26 12 0 0 0 View
W 11 19th Sep 1997 Castleford Tigers PTSF 1997 H 32 18 0 0 0 View
L 11 28th Sep 1997 Wigan Warriors PTF 1997 N 20 33 0 0 0 View
L 11 4th Oct 1997 Brisbane Broncos WCCQF 1997 A 12 66 0 0 0 View
L 12 26th Dec 1997 Wigan Warriors* Fr 1997 A 2 46 0 0 0 View
W 8 25th Jan 1998 Swinton Lions* Fr 1998 H 50 28 0 0 0 View
W 15 15th Feb 1998 Featherstone Rovers SCCC4 1998 A 56 24 0 0 0 View
W 15 1st Mar 1998 Warrington Wolves SCCC5 1998 H 35 22 0 0 0 View
L 15 15th Mar 1998 Wigan Warriors SCCC6 1998 A 10 22 0 0 0 View
L 15 10th May 1998 Bradford Bulls SL 1998 A 4 18 0 0 0 View
W 14 17th May 1998 Hull Sharks SL 1998 H 28 18 0 0 0 View
L 14 24th May 1998 Halifax Blue Sox SL 1998 A 10 16 0 0 0 View
L 12 31st May 1998 Leeds Rhinos SL 1998 H 18 31 0 0 0 View
W 14 7th Jun 1998 Castleford Tigers SL 1998 A 34 12 1 0 0 View
W 15 14th Jun 1998 London Broncos SL 1998 H 58 6 0 0 0 View
L 10 20th Jun 1998 Sheffield Eagles SL 1998 A 17 18 0 0 0 View
W 10 28th Jun 1998 Salford Reds SL 1998 H 48 12 1 0 0 View
L 14 5th Jul 1998 Wigan Warriors SL 1998 A 14 38 0 0 0 View
L 10 26th Jul 1998 Wigan Warriors SL 1998 N 2 36 0 0 0 View
W 8 2nd Aug 1998 Huddersfield Giants SL 1998 H 68 18 0 0 0 View
W 8 9th Aug 1998 Warrington Wolves SL 1998 A 48 18 0 0 0 View
W 8 16th Aug 1998 Bradford Bulls SL 1998 H 33 25 0 0 0 View
W 8 23rd Aug 1998 Hull Sharks SL 1998 A 20 6 0 0 0 View
W 11 30th Aug 1998 Halifax Blue Sox SL 1998 H 36 6 1 0 0 View
L 11 4th Sep 1998 Leeds Rhinos SL 1998 A 18 37 0 0 0 View
D 10 13th Sep 1998 Castleford Tigers SL 1998 H 32 32 0 0 0 View
W 11 18th Sep 1998 London Broncos SL 1998 A 37 22 0 0 0 View
W 14 25th Sep 1998 Sheffield Eagles SL 1998 H 50 0 0 0 0 View
W 12 2nd Oct 1998 Bradford Bulls SLEPO 1998 H 46 24 0 0 0 View
W 12 9th Oct 1998 Halifax Blue Sox SLESF 1998 A 37 30 0 0 0 View
L 12 18th Oct 1998 Leeds Rhinos SLEF 1998 A 16 44 1 0 0 View
W 8 14th Feb 1999 Hunslet Hawks SCCC4 1999 A 40 10 0 0 0 View
L 11 27th Feb 1999 Leeds Rhinos SCCC5 1999 A 16 24 0 0 0 View
W 11 7th Mar 1999 Salford Reds SL 1999 A 30 12 0 0 0 View
W 11 21st Mar 1999 Gateshead Thunder SL 1999 H 34 22 1 0 0 View
W 11 2nd Apr 1999 Wigan Warriors SL 1999 A 14 12 0 0 0 View
W 11 5th Apr 1999 Bradford Bulls SL 1999 H 58 14 0 0 0 View
W 11 9th Apr 1999 London Broncos SL 1999 A 34 18 0 0 0 View
W 12 18th Apr 1999 Sheffield Eagles SL 1999 H 39 30 1 0 0 View
W 12 25th Apr 1999 Hull Sharks SL 1999 A 30 10 1 0 0 View
W 12 4th May 1999 Leeds Rhinos SL 1999 H 62 18 0 0 0 View
W 12 7th May 1999 Huddersfield Giants SL 1999 A 11 0 0 0 0 View
L 12 14th May 1999 Wakefield Wildcats SL 1999 A 22 23 0 0 0 View
W 12 19th May 1999 Castleford Tigers SL 1999 A 33 14 0 0 0 View
W 12 23rd May 1999 Warrington Wolves SL 1999 H 57 20 0 0 0 View
W 12 30th May 1999 Halifax Blue sox SL 1999 A 28 22 1 0 0 View
W 12 6th Jun 1999 Salford Reds SL 1999 H 48 0 0 0 0 View
L 12 13th Jun 1999 Gateshead Thunder SL 1999 A 20 32 0 0 0 View
L 12 20th Jun 1999 Wigan Warriors SL 1999 H 18 24 0 0 0 View
L 12 25th Jun 1999 Bradford Bulls SL 1999 A 22 46 0 0 0 View
W 8 30th Jun 1999 Halifax Blue sox SL 1999 H 46 10 0 0 0 View
L 12 4th Jul 1999 London Broncos SL 1999 H 22 24 0 0 0 View
W 8 23rd Jul 1999 Leeds Rhinos SL 1999 A 28 12 0 0 0 View
W 8 30th Jul 1999 Huddersfield Giants SL 1999 H 64 16 0 0 0 View
W 8 8th Aug 1999 Wakefield Wildcats SL 1999 H 42 34 1 0 0 View
W 8 15th Aug 1999 Warrington Wolves SL 1999 A 35 12 0 0 0 View
W 8 22nd Aug 1999 Salford Reds SL 1999 A 23 10 0 0 0 View
W 8 25th Aug 1999 Castleford Tigers SL 1999 H 42 14 0 0 0 View
L 8 30th Aug 1999 Gateshead Thunder SL 1999 H 32 36 0 0 0 View
L 8 5th Sep 1999 Wigan Warriors SL 1999 A 20 28 0 0 0 View
W 8 10th Sep 1999 Bradford Bulls SL 1999 H 25 16 0 0 0 View
W 8 17th Sep 1999 Leeds Rhinos SLQPO 1999 H 38 14 0 0 0 View
L 8 26th Sep 1999 Bradford Bulls SLQF 1999 A 4 40 0 0 0 View
W 8 3rd Oct 1999 Castleford Tigers SLEF 1999 H 36 6 0 0 0 View
W 8 9th Oct 1999 Bradford Bulls SLGF 1999 N 8 6 0 0 0 View
L 8 26th Dec 1999 Wigan Warriors * Fr 1999 A 16 30 0 0 0 View
L 14 24th Jan 2000 Melbourne Storm WCC 2000 N 6 44 0 0 0 View
W 8 13th Feb 2000 Swinton Lions SCCC4 2000 A 36 22 0 0 0 View
L 15 26th Feb 2000 Leeds Rhinos SCCC5 2000 A 20 26 0 0 0 View
L 14 3rd Mar 2000 Bradford Bulls SL 2000 H 10 32 0 0 0 View
W 15 17th Mar 2000 Hull Sharks SL 2000 A 28 20 0 0 0 View
W 15 2nd Apr 2000 Wakefield Trinity SL 2000 H 29 22 0 0 0 View
W 8 7th Apr 2000 Leeds Rhinos SL 2000 A 42 14 1 0 0 View
W 8 16th Apr 2000 Halifax Blue Sox SL 2000 H 52 20 1 0 0 View
W 8 21st Apr 2000 Wigan Warriors SL 2000 H 38 14 0 0 0 View
W 8 24th Apr 2000 Warrington Wolves SL 2000 A 47 34 1 0 0 View
W 8 1st May 2000 Huddersfield-Sheffield Giants SL 2000 H 50 30 2 0 0 View
W 8 7th May 2000 Castleford Tigers SL 2000 A 32 22 0 0 0 View
W 8 12th May 2000 London Broncos SL 2000 A 26 20 0 0 0 View
W 8 21st May 2000 Salford Reds SL 2000 H 46 22 0 0 0 View
W 11 28th May 2000 Hull Sharks SL 2000 H 27 14 0 0 0 View
L 11 2nd Jun 2000 Bradford Bulls SL 2000 A 16 17 0 0 0 View
W 8 11th Jun 2000 Wakefield Trinity SL 2000 A 30 22 0 0 0 View
L 8 18th Jun 2000 Leeds Rhinos SL 2000 H 20 42 0 0 0 View
W 11 23rd Jun 2000 Halifax Blue Sox SL 2000 A 28 24 0 0 0 View
W 11 30th Jun 2000 Warrington Wolves SL 2000 H 50 20 0 0 0 View
W 12 9th Jul 2000 Wigan Warriors SL 2000 A 30 28 0 0 0 View
W 15 16th Jul 2000 Huddersfield-Sheffield Giants SL 2000 A 40 24 0 0 0 View
W 8 21st Jul 2000 Castleford Tigers SL 2000 H 42 18 0 0 0 View
W 8 30th Jul 2000 Salford Reds SL 2000 A 58 4 0 0 0 View
W 8 6th Aug 2000 London Broncos SL 2000 H 46 12 0 0 0 View
L 8 13th Aug 2000 Wakefield Trinity SL 2000 A 16 32 0 0 0 View
W 8 20th Aug 2000 Warrington Wolves SL 2000 H 58 18 0 0 0 View
W 8 27th Aug 2000 Salford Reds SL 2000 H 50 28 1 0 0 View
W 8 1st Sep 2000 Leeds Rhinos SL 2000 A 35 20 0 0 0 View
W 8 9th Sep 2000 London Broncos SL 2000 A 38 12 0 0 0 View
L 8 15th Sep 2000 Wigan Warriors SL 2000 H 4 42 0 0 0 View
W 8 22nd Sep 2000 Bradford Bulls SLQPO 2000 H 16 11 0 0 0 View
W 8 29th Sep 2000 Wigan Warriors SLQF 2000 A 54 16 0 0 0 View
W 8 14th Oct 2000 Wigan Warriors SLGF 2000 N 29 16 0 0 0 View


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CALCULATED APPEARANCES : OFFICIAL 186 OTHER 7 = 194
ACTUAL APPEARANCES (inc 30 Subs) = 193
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