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Jarryd Lee Hayne
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Jarryd
Hayne
Height - 189cm (6'2) Weight - 102kg (225lb)
DOB - February 15, 1988
POB - Sydney, NSW
Position - Fullback
Player Type -Gamebreaker

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CURRENT SEASON

competition

club

games

tries

goals

points

ALL CLUB STATS

Years

competition

club

games

tries

goals

points

2006-2014
2016-2017
2018
NRL
NRL
NRL
Parramatta Eels
Gold Coast Titans
Parramatta Eels
176
23
15
103
8
10
5
1
0
419
33
40
214
121
6
492

current season

club
gp
ts
gk
pt

all club stats

year
club
gp
ts
pt
2006-2014
2016-2017
2018
Parramatta Eels
Gold Coast Titans
Parramatta Eels
176
23
15
103
8
10
419
33
40

ALL REPRESENTATIVE

year
team
gp
ts
pt
2007-2013
2010-2013
2007-2012
2007-2017
2016
2008-2017
Australia
NRL All-Stars
NSW City
NSW Blues
Fiji Sevens
Fiji Bati
11
2
5
23
5
10
11
1
3
11
0
5
44
4
12
44
0
20

ALL REPRESENTATIVE

Years

team

games

tries

goals

points

2007-2013
2010-2013
2007-2012
2007-2017
2016
2008-2017
Australia
NRL All-Stars
NSW City
NSW Blues
Fiji Sevens
Fiji Bati
11
2
5
23
5
10
11
1
3
11
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
44
4
12
44
0
20
56
31
0
124

Former NRL Superstar Jarryd Hayne ranks amongst the biggest names to have ever played the game. With a long list of achievements and awards which includes winning the World Cup with Australia in 2013, dual Dally M medals and numerous other individual honours.

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Hayne’s most notable season in 2009 is now part of Rugby League legend as one of, if not the greatest individual season of all time. Hayne put his incredible form down to his time with the Fiji Bati in 2008 where he discovered God and a new purpose in life.

After winning his second Dally M Medal in 2014, he left the NRL to pursue an NFL career. In a stunning achievement, Hayne secured a spot on the San Francisco 49ers 53 man roster in less than 12 months of making the switch to a game he had never even played before.

His time in the NFL ended in early 2016 when he left to join the Fiji Sevens team to try out for the Olympic Games Sevens squad. He played at the 2016 London Sevens which Fiji won.

He didn’t make the final squad and returned to the NRL to join the Gold Coast Titans on a lucrative deal.

His career ended where it started at the Parramatta Eels in 2018.

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