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Jarrod McCracken Personal information Born 27 March 1970 (1970-03-27) (age 41) Playing information Height 191 cm (6 ft 3 in) Weight 104 kg (16 st 5 lb) Position Centre, Second-row Club Years Team Pld T G FG P 19??–1990 Glenora Bears 1991–1995 Canterbury-Bankstn. 80 24 0 0 96 1992–1993 St. Helens 21 5 0 0 20 1996–1999 Parramatta Eels 75 16 0 0 64 2000 Wests Tigers 8 1 0 0 4 Total 184 46 0 0 184 Representative Years Team Pld T G FG P 1991–1999 New Zealand 22 5 0 0 20 1997 Rest of the World 1 1 0 0 4 Source: Yesterday's Hero RLP Jarrod McCracken (born 27 March 1970) is a New Zealand former rugby league footballer of the 1990s. He is a former captain of the New Zealand national rugby league team[1] and is the son of New Zealand rugby league international, Ken McCracken. McCracken played club football in Australia, captaining both Parramatta and Wests during his career which ended with a spear tackle which he successfully sued for. Contents 1 Early years 2 Professional career 3 Retirement 4 Later years 5 References 6 External links Early years McCracken played for the Glenora Bears and first went to Australia in 1989 when he was sent to the North Sydney Bears as part of the New Zealand Rugby League Rookie Scheme.[2] Professional career McCracken joined the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs in 1991 and stayed with the club until 1995, although he also spent the 1992/93 English season with St. Helens. During the Super League war he joined the Parramatta Eels being appointed co-captain, before moving to the Wests Tigers in 2000 where he became the franchise's first captain. Retirement Jarrod McCracken's football career came to a premature end in round 15 of the 2000 NRL competition in a game against the Melbourne Storm, when Storm players Stephen Kearney and Marcus Bai performed a dangerous spear tackle on him, inflicting a career-ending neck injury.[3] McCracken later successfully sued the Melbourne Storm and the two players involved for general damages, totalling $90,000 plus interest.[4] Later years He has since become a prominent real estate developer in Australia, where his company conducted a major redevelopment of Townsville's CBD.[5] He currently lives in Airlie Beach, Queensland. [1] References ^ Jessup, Peter (23 April 1999). "Kiwis win the image war". nzherald.co.nz (New Zealand: APN Holdings NZ Limited). http://www.nzherald.co.nz/sport/news/article.cfm?c_id=4&objectid=5553. Retrieved 20 September 2010.  ^ Coffey and Wood The Kiwis: 100 Years of International Rugby League ISBN 1-86971-090-8 ^ Mascord, Steve (21 June 2000). "McCracken's future at stake after tackle". The Sydney Morning Herald (Australia: Fairfax): pp. 48. http://newsstore.fairfax.com.au/apps/viewDocument.ac?page=1&sy=smh&docID=news000621_0412_9388. Retrieved 2010-05-06.  ^ Brad Clifton (24 November 2006). "Tackle made league star millions". Daily Telegraph (Sydney). http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/nsw-act/tackle-made-league-star-millions/story-e6freuzi-1111112572857. Retrieved 2 April 2010.  ^ Business Review Weekly. 2006. pp. 125. http://books.google.com/books?id=Wtu2AAAAIAAJ&source=gbs_navlinks_s.  External links Bulldogs profile Article in the Daily Telegraph v · d · eNew Zealand squad – 1989-1992 Rugby League World Cup  Dean Bell ·  Richie Blackmore ·  Frano Botica ·  Peter Brown ·  Dean Clark ·  Morvin Edwards ·  Mark Elia ·  Esene Faimalo ·  Gary Freeman ·  Clayton Friend ·  James Goulding ·  Daryl Halligan ·  Gavin Hill ·  Sean Hoppe ·  Mark Horo ·  Kevin Iro ·  Tony Iro ·  Tony Kemp ·  Emosi Koloto ·  Mike Kuiti ·  Francis Leota ·  Dean Lonergan ·  Duane Mann ·  George Mann ·  Jarrod McCracken ·  Hugh McGahan ·  Gary Mercer ·  Tawera Nikau ·  Mark Nixon ·  Sam Panapa ·  Mike Patton ·  Quentin Pongia ·  Matthew Ridge ·  Tea Ropati ·  Kelly Shelford ·  Kurt Sherlock ·  Kurt Sorensen ·  Sam Stewart ·  Brent Stuart ·  Brent Todd ·  Paddy Tuimavave ·  Brendon Tuuta ·  Dave Watson ·  Darrell Williams ·  Jason Williams ·  Mark Woods · Coaches: Tony Gordon • Bob Bailey • Howie Tamati v · d · eInaugural Wests Tigers side v Brisbane Broncos, Campbelltown Stadium, 6 February 2000 1. Joel Caine | 2. John Carlaw | 3. Owen Craigie | 4. Terry Hill | 5. John Hopoate | 6. Kevin McGuinness | 7. Craig Field | 8. Shane Walker | 9. Darren Senter | 10. Jason Lowrie | 11. Mark Stimson | 12. Jarrod McCracken | 13. Tyran Smith | 14. Adam Nable | 15. John Skandalis | 16. Steve Georgallis | 17. Mark O'Neill | 18. Ken McGuinness | Coach: Wayne Pearce Persondata Name Maccracken, Jarrod Alternative names Short description Date of birth 27 March 1970 Place of birth New Zealand Date of death Place of death This New Zealand rugby league football biography is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e