Stuart Howarth

OVERALL STATISTICS

BIRTHAGESIGNED ONFROMDEBUTLAST MATCHLEFT
26-01-1990
28
28-03-2013
Salford City Reds (loan)
29-03-2013 v Wigan Warriors
Warrington Wolves
2013- Salford Red Devils (loan return)
CAREERAPPEARANCES (SUBS)TRIESGOALSDGOALSPTS
2013-2013
16 (1)
0
0
0
0

BIOGRAPHY

Stuart Howarth by SHS

One of the most likable lads to have donned the red vee over the years! Stuart was a member of the Wigan Warriors scholarship scheme from the age of 13 and always gained a reputation as a bit of a utility player, with stints at half-back, acting half-back and back row in what is a tremendously varied career. He began with Wigan amateurs St. Judes and his fellow graduates at Wigan warriors include the likes of Liam Farrell and Josh Charnley. Stuart helped to three second-string Grand final victories against the Saints and his last game for Wigan was, in effect, the last professional game at Knowsley Road, when the visitors won 22-30

However, he was soon on the move to Wakefield Trinity Wildcats, with a lad called Josh Veivers, a surname that is instantly recognisable to Saints’ supporters! Stuart then moved to Salford in 2012, playing in 29 matches, an ever-present in fact, before joining Saints as an interchange hooker in 2013, with stand-off Lee Gaskell moving in the other direction. Stuart provided a stable presence in the hooking role, covering for the injured James Roby and also playing the odd game at half-back during his 16 appearances.

His debut was a daunting one, against Wigan at the DW Stadium on 29 March 2013, when the visitors lost 16-28. He was to play in the return league match against them on 30th April, however, when the Saints christened their new stadium with their first win against the Old Enemy by 22-16 at the new venue. Remember Joe Greenwood’s clinching try? His last was against Warrington Wolves in the play-offs at Langtree on 30 August, a relatively disappointing end to a somewhat disrupted campaign.

Stuart returned to Salford and then joined Hull for the 2015 season. He then returned to Wakefield for a spell and in 2018 he was at Whitehaven, with former Saints’ forward Carl Foster the coach. He also has played for Workington, Blackpool, Barrow and Doncaster at various times and can be described as a well-travelled rugby league footballer!

SEASON STATISTICS

Season (Official Matches)TriesGoalsDGoalsMatches
2013 0 0 0 16
TOTALS:0 0 0 16
Season (Other Matches)TriesGoalsDGoalsMatches
TOTALS:

ALL MATCHES

DatePosOpponentsCompSeasonVenueFTFTOTGDGNPS**
29th Mar 2013 L 9 Wigan Warriors SL 2013 A 16 28 V
1st Apr 2013 W 9 Castleford Tigers SL 2013 H 48 18 V
7th Apr 2013 L 9 Hull Kingston Rovers SL 2013 A 14 22 V
12th Apr 2013 L 9 Catalans Dragons SL 2013 H 12 22 V
20th Apr 2013 L 6 Hull Kingston Rovers RLCC4 2013 A 18 26 V
27th Apr 2013 L 9 London Broncos SL 2013 A 14 21 V
3rd May 2013 L 9 Widnes Vikings SL 2013 H 28 35 V
20th May 2013 W 9 Leeds Rhinos SL 2013 A 30 22 V
25th May 2013 L 9 Warrington Wolves SL 2013 N 22 48 V
9th Jun 2013 W 17 Bradford Bulls SL 2013 H 30 18 V
28th Jun 2013 L 11 Hull Kingston Rovers SL 2013 H 12 24 V
22nd Jul 2013 W 9 Wigan Warriors SL 2013 H 22 16 V
3rd Aug 2013 W 9 Catalans Dragons SL 2013 A 26 6 V
9th Aug 2013 W 9 London Broncos SL 2013 H 38 10 V
18th Aug 2013 W 9 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats SL 2013 A 26 12 V
30th Aug 2013 L 9 Warrington Wolves SL 2013 H 16 29 V
*Unofficial Match. **Non Playing Sub.
CALCULATED APPEARANCES : OFFICIAL 16 OTHER 0 = 16
ACTUAL APPEARANCES (inc 1 Subs) = 16
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