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Willie Peters
Personal information
Full nameWillie Peters
Born (1979-03-01) 1 March 1979 (age 42)
Sydney, Australia
Playing information
Height166cm (5 ft 5 in)
Weight75 kg (11 st 11 lb; 165 lb)
PositionHalfback
Club
Years Team Pld T G FG P
1997–98 South Sydney 18 2 0 0 8
1999 Gateshead Thunder 27 11 1 6 52
2000 Wigan Warriors 29 15 5 6 76
2001–02 St. George Illawarra 38 13 0 5 57
2003–04 South Sydney 20 2 3 1 15
2004 Widnes Vikings 9 3 0 2 14
Total 141 46 9 20 222
Source: [1]

Willie Peters (born 1 March 1979) is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1990s and 2000s for the South Sydney Rabbitohs as a halfback.[2] He had also previously played for the St George Illawarra Dragons as well as in England for Gateshead, Widnes and Wigan.

Background

Willie Peters was born in Sydney, Australia.

Playing career

While playing for Souths in the 1990s, coach Craig Coleman declared that Peters could be the next Peter Sterling.[3] In 1999, Peters joined Gateshead before joining Wigan in 2000. Peters played for the Wigan Warriors at scrum half back in their 2000 Super League Grand Final loss against St Helens R.F.C..

In 2001, Peters joined St. George playing with the club for 2 seasons before returning to Souths in 2003. Peters played his 2 final seasons in Australia with South Sydney as they finished with back to back wooden spoons. In 2004, Peters joined Widnes and played 1 season with the club before retiring.[4]

Post playing

In 2016, Peters became head coach of the Wests Tigers Holden Cup team. In 2017, Peters became the Assistant Coach at Manly Warringah Sea Eagles. Peters than became an NRL Assistant coach under Wayne Bennett at the South Sydney Rabbitohs in 2019,[5][6] before linking with the Newcastle Knights in 2020.

References

  1. ^ "Willie Peters - Career Stats & Summary - Rugby League Project". Rugbyleagueproject.org.
  2. ^ http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/newslocal/city-east/former-souths-player-willie-peters-brings-elite-sport-skills-to-maroubra/news-story/231645a0f3c533e17f14cc8210ea68a1?sv=5e2408b038a7e215bfff7970da7dd3e4
  3. ^ http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/sport/nrl/souths-great-says-rabbitohs-halfback-adam-reynolds-can-go-far-in-rugby-league/news-story/c17bfc48be7cd4d613bdc957e007c370
  4. ^ "South Sydney Rabbitohs Rugby League Player Report - Willie Peters". www.ssralmanac.com.
  5. ^ "Sacked Manly coach Willie Peters joins Souths". Sporting News.
  6. ^ "Manly assistant coach Willie Peters sacked after pub fist fight". Fox Sports.

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