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Simon Finnigan

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Simon "Finny" Finnigan
Simon Finnigan.jpg
Personal information
Full nameSimon Finnigan
Born (1981-12-08) 8 December 1981 (age 37)
Warrington, Cheshire, England
Height6 ft 2 in (188 cm)
Weight14 st 13 lb (95 kg)[1]
Playing information
PositionLoose forward, Second-row
Club
Years Team Pld T G FG P
2003–05 Widnes Vikings 70 21 0 0 84
2005–07 Salford City Reds 49 17 0 0 68
2008 Bradford Bulls 30 10 0 0 40
2009–10 Huddersfield Giants 29 6 0 0 24
2011–12 Widnes Vikings 32 9 0 0 36
2013 Leigh Centurions 27 12 0 0 48
Total 237 75 0 0 300
Representative
Years Team Pld T G FG P
2005–13 Ireland 9 1 0 0 4
Coaching information
Club
Years Team Gms W D L W%
2019– Newcastle Thunder
Source: [2][3]

Simon Finnigan (born 8 December 1981)[4] is the Head Coach of the Newcastle Thunder in Betfred League 1 and was an assistant coach at the Toronto Wolfpack in the Betfred Championship and former professional rugby league footballer. An Ireland international second-row, he played in the Super League for the Widnes Vikings, Salford City Reds, Bradford Bulls and the Huddersfield Giants, and in the Championship for the Leigh Centurions.

Background

Simon Finnigan was born in Warrington, Cheshire, England, he grew up in Australia, playing for the Penrith Panthers junior teams before joining Widnes Vikingsin 2003.

Club career

Finnigan played three season in Super League for Widnes Vikings, before leaving following the club's relegation at the end of the 2005 Super League season. He subsequently joined Salford City Reds, where he played for two seasons before again leaving when the club was relegated at the end of the 2007 Super League season. He signed for Bradford Bulls in September 2007 and stayed for one year before joining Huddersfield Giants in 2009. He rejoined Widnes Vikings in 2011, before finishing his career with Leigh Centurions in 2013. He announced his retirement from the sport in January 2014.

Finnigan playing at the 2008 Rugby League World Cup
Finnigan playing at the 2008 Rugby League World Cup

Representative

He was named in the Ireland training squad for the 2008 Rugby League World Cup,[5] and the Ireland squad for the 2008 Rugby League World Cup.[6]

He was again named in the Ireland squad for the 2013 Rugby League World Cup, and made two appearances in the tournament, his final rugby league match being Ireland's defeat against Australia.

Statistics

Club career (Super League)

Year Club Apps Pts T G FG
2003
Widnes colours.svg
Widnes Vikings
19 4 1 - -
2004
Widnes colours.svg
Widnes Vikings
25 32 8 -
2005
Widnes colours.svg
Widnes Vikings
26 48 12 -
2006
Redscolours.svg
Salford City Reds
25 48 12 - -
2007
Redscolours.svg
Salford City Reds
25 20 5 - -
2008
Bullscolours.svg
Bradford Bulls
26 28 7 - -
2009
Giantscolours.svg
Huddersfield Giants
20 20 5 - -
2010
Giantscolours.svg
Huddersfield Giants
7 4 1 - -
2012
Widnes colours.svg
Widnes Vikings
10 0 0 - -

Representative career

Year Team Matches Tries Goals Field Goals Points
2008–13
Ireland colours.svg
Ireland
9 1 0 0 4

Coaching career

He is currently head coach of the Newcastle Thunder.

Former assistant-coach of the Toronto Wolfpack.

References

  1. ^ "Altius Directory Rugby League World Cup 2008 Ireland Team". web page. Altius Directory. Retrieved 16 August 2011.
  2. ^ loverugbyleague
  3. ^ RLP
  4. ^ "Huddersfield lose Simon Finnigan for Super League play-offs". Guardian. 10 September 2009. Retrieved 10 November 2017.
  5. ^ "Ireland Name World Cup 40 Man Training Squad". Rugby League Ireland. 1 August 2008. Retrieved 2 August 2008.[dead link]
  6. ^ "Cassidy included in Ireland squad". BBC. 7 October 2008. Retrieved 7 October 2008.

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