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Shaun Berrigan Berrigan playing for Hull FC in 2008 Personal information Nickname Berro Born 4 November 1978 (1978-11-04) (age 32) Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Height 178 cm (5 ft 10 in) Weight 87 kg (13 st 10 lb) Playing information Position Hooker, Five-eighth, Halfback, Centre Club Years Team Pld T G FG P 1999–07 Brisbane Broncos 185 77 0 0 308 2008– Hull FC 74 12 0 0 48 Total 259 89 0 0 356 Representative Years Team Pld T G FG P 2002–07 Queensland 13 2 0 0 8 2004–07 Australia 13 2 1 0 10 As of 10 August 2008 Source: NRL Stats Shaun Berrigan (born 4 November, 1978 in Brisbane, Queensland) is an Australian professional rugby league footballer for Hull FC of Super League. He is formerly of the NRL's Brisbane Broncos where he played with older brother, Barry Berrigan. A very versatile footballer, he has played numerous games at hooker, Five-Eighth, halfback and centre, having played in all positions for Australia, Queensland and Brisbane. In Australia, Berrigan was a regular representative player, appearing twelve times in State of Origin for the Queensland Maroons and five test matches for Australia. He usually plays from the bench for most of these games because of his wide skills at numerous positions, however he has also played on the starting side. Contents 1 Brisbane Broncos 2 Hull FC 3 References 4 External links // Brisbane Broncos Berrigan, who, through his mother, is of German descent,[1][2] made his debut for the Brisbane Broncos in Round 11, 1999 against the Balmain Tigers. He played from the interchange bench in the Broncos' 2000 Grand Final-winning side. Berrigan's regular position was centre but he can play a number of back-line positions as well as hooker. Berrigan's versatility is evident in analysing the Queensland State of Origin team where in 2002 Berrigan was the five-eighth for the entire series. The next series in 2003 he played at halfback for Queensland throughout the series In 2004 Berrigan won the Broncos' best back award. He played in the centres for the State of Origin series. He was then the top try-scorer for the Broncos in the 2005 season scoring 19 tries. Berrigan played his 150th first grade game for the club in 2006. He started the year in the centre position but injuries to the Broncos' full-time hookers, Michael Ennis and Shaun's brother Barry, made coach Wayne Bennett move Berrigan to hooker. This turned out to be a success, with former great Peter Sterling saying that it brings a new dimension to the Broncos' game not seen for a while. He played so well at hooker in the Broncos grand final win over Melbourne that he was awarded the Clive Churchill Medal for best on field.[3] Berrigan was superb from dummy-half, but also shut down Melbourne Storm super-star Greg Inglis for the entire match. He was later selected in the 2006 Tri-Nations side for Australia and played in the final which Australia won. In the 2006 and 2007 Origin series Berrigan has been the utility back for Queensland on the bench, playing the majority of these games as Hooker when Cameron Smith was off the field. In 2007 at the Broncos' 20-year anniversary celebration, the club announced a list of the 20 best players to play for them to date which included Berrigan.[4] Berrigan's Brisbane contract ended at the end of the 2007 season[5] Hull FC Berrigan signed a 4 year deal with English Super League team and 2006 Grand Final runners up, Hull FC.[6] His contract commenced with the start of the 2008 season when he replaced Richard Swain, who was due to retire from the game at the end of the 2007, thus freeing up a free quota space.[7] In regards to the signing, Berrigan said "I have had a fantastic career at the Broncos, winning premierships, playing for Queensland and of course for Australia. I am really excited to be joining Hull FC and playing in the Super League and Challenge Cup. I am excited by their plans, I believe the club has a fantastic future and I am looking forward to being a part of it for the next 4 years"[8][9] Shaun Berrigan in action for Hull FC in 2008 Shaun Berrigan scored his first try for new club Hull FC in Round 2 of Super League XIII. On the 30th August Shaun Berrigan will appear for Hull FC at Wembley in the 2008 Challenge Cup Final. Berrigan continued to play at hooker. Rumours that Berrigan would be returning to the NRL in 2011 are true with Berrigan confirming that he secured a release from the final year of his 4 year contract with Hull to return to the NRL with either the Gold Coast Titans or the New Zealand Warriors. References ^ http://www.rugbyleague.com/rugby-league-news/german-rl-shines-in-the.html ^ Badel, Peter (2007-02-10). "Berrigan could go". The Sunday Mail (Qld). http://www.news.com.au/couriermail/sport/nrl/story/0,26746,21203349-5003409,00.html.  ^ Stevenson, Andrew (2006-10-02). "Medal for the quiet achiever". The Sydney Morning Herald (Fairfax Digitaal). http://www.smh.com.au/news/league/medal-for-the-quiet-achiever/2006/10/01/1159641217277.html. Retrieved 2009-12-16.  ^ Dekroo, Karl (2007-05-09). "Still the king". The Courier-Mail (Australia: Queensland Newspapers). http://www.news.com.au/couriermail/story/0,23739,21701434-10389,00.html. Retrieved 2009-12-08. [dead link] ^ "Contracts not a distraction for Broncos". excerpt from Sydney Morning Herald. 2007-05-29. http://www.smh.com.au/news/Sport/Contracts-not-a-distraction-for-Broncos/2007/05/29/1180205227101.html. Retrieved 2007-05-31.  ^ "HULL FC SIGN AUSSIE SUPERSTAR". Hull FC. 2007-06-14. Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. http://web.archive.org/web/20070927222954/http://www.hullfc.com/index.php?/news/more/hull-fc-sign-aussie-superstar/. Retrieved 2007-06-14.  ^ "HULL BOOSTED BY BERRIGAN CAPTURE". Sportinglife. 2007-06-14. http://www.sportinglife.com/rugbyleague/news/story_get.cgi?STORY_NAME=rleague/07/06/14/RUGBYL_Hull.html. Retrieved 2007-06-14.  ^ "Kangaroo Berrigan to join Hull FC". BBC. 2007-06-14. http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/rugby_league/super_league/hull/6752283.stm. Retrieved 2007-06-14.  ^ "HULL FC SIGN SHAUN BERRIGAN". RLeague.com. 2007-06-14. http://www.rleague.com/db/article.php?id=28373. Retrieved 2007-06-14.  External links Shaun Berrigan at the State of Origin official website. Shaun Berrigan at the Former Origin Greats website. Preceded by Scott Prince (Wests Tigers) Clive Churchill Medallist 2006 Succeeded by Greg Inglis (Melbourne Storm) v • d • e Hull FC - current squad 1 Tansey · 2 Calderwood · 3 T. Briscoe · 4 Yeaman · 6 Horne · 7 Long · 8 Dowes · 9 Berrigan · 10 O'Meley · 11 Radford · 12 Tickle · 13 Fitzgibbon · 14 Washbrook · 15 Lauaki · 16 Manu · 17 Cusack · 19 Turner · 20 Houghton · 21 Whiting · 22 Burnett · 23 Moa · 24 Hall · 25 Lyne · 26 J. Briscoe · 27 Kent · 28 Tuffour · 30 Nicklas · 31 Cunningham · 32 McShane · Coach: Agar v • d • e Brisbane Broncos squad - 2000 NRL Premiers (5th Title) 1 Darren Lockyer • 2 Lote Tuqiri • 3 Tonie Carroll • 4 Michael De Vere • 5 Wendell Sailor • 6 Ben Ikin • 7 Kevin Walters (c)  • 8 Shane Webcke • 9 Luke Priddis • 10 Dane Carlaw • 11 Gorden Tallis • 12 Brad Thorn • 13 Kevin Campion  • 14 Harvey Howard • 15 Michael Hancock • 16 Shaun Berrigan • 17 Ashley Harrison  • Coach: Wayne Bennett v • d • e Brisbane Broncos squad - 2006 NRL Premiers (6th Title) 1 Justin Hodges • 2 Darius Boyd • 3 David Stagg • 4 Brent Tate • 5 Karmichael Hunt • 6 Darren Lockyer (c) • 7 Shane Perry  • 8 Shane Webcke • 9 Shaun Berrigan • 10 Petero Civoniceva • 11 Sam Thaiday • 12 Brad Thorn • 13 Tonie Carroll  • 14 Corey Parker • 15 Dane Carlaw • 16 Ben Hannant • 17 Casey McGuire  • Coach: Wayne Bennett v • d • e Clive Churchill Medallists 1986 Peter Sterling • 1987 Cliff Lyons • 1988 Paul Dunn • 1989 Bradley Clyde • 1990 Ricky Stuart • 1991 Bradley Clyde • 1992 Allan Langer • 1993 Brad Mackay • 1994 David Furner • 1995 Jim Dymock • 1996 Geoff Toovey • 1997 Robbie O'Davis • 1998 Gorden Tallis • 1999 Brett Kimmorley • 2000 Darren Lockyer • 2001 Andrew Johns • 2002 Craig Fitzgibbon • 2003 Luke Priddis • 2004 Willie Mason • 2005 Scott Prince • 2006 Shaun Berrigan • 2007 Greg Inglis • 2008 Brent Kite • 2009 Billy Slater • 2010 Darius Boyd Persondata Name Berrigan, Shaun Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1978-11-04 Place of birth Brisbane, Queensland Date of death Place of death