Sam Burgess is one of the greatest Englishmen to play Rugby League in Australia – remembered by many as the man who put in a Clive Churchill Medal winning performance playing the whole 2014 NRL Grand Final with a broken cheekbone.
Sam started his Rugby League career in England, he made his debut for the Bradford Bulls in 2006. After a great first full season he was named as Young Player of the Year in the Super League.
Word of Sam’s sporting potential spread across the globe and was picked up by Russell Crowe, Oscar winning actor and owner of the South Sydney Rabbitohs.
Sam was taken by Russell’s vision to turn the Rabbitohs into world-beaters and signed for the club in 2010. Sam’s Rugby League career at the Rabbitohs as been nothing short of sensational, with the 2014 season as a particular highlight:
Sam made the switch from Rugby League to Rugby Union in 2014, when he moved back to the UK and spent the 2014/15 season playing for Bath Rugby who made their way to the Aviva Premiership finals.
Sam has now returned to the NRL and his beloved Rabbitohs for the 2016 season.
Sam has become a household name in Australia, New Zealand and Great Britain through his courageous ball running abilities and steadfast defence.
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