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This biographical article needs additional citations for verification. Please help by adding reliable sources. Contentious material about living persons that is unsourced or poorly sourced must be removed immediately, especially if potentially libelous or harmful. (February 2009) Glenn Morrison Personal information Full name Glenn Morrison Nickname Silver Surfer Born 28 May 1976 (1976-05-28) (age 34) Canterbury, New South Wales, Australia Height 190 cm (6 ft 3 in) Weight 102 kg (16 st 1 lb) Playing information Position Second-row Club Years Team Pld T G FG P 1996–1997 Balmain Tigers 41 7 0 0 28 1998–1999 North Sydney Bears 42 9 0 0 36 2000–2004 North Queensland 94 32 20 0 168 2005–2006 Parramatta Eels 45 15 0 0 60 2007–2009 Bradford Bulls 50 19 0 0 76 2010 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats 23 7 0 0 28 Total 295 89 20 0 396 Representative Years Team Pld T G FG P 2001–2005 Country Origin 4 0 0 0 0 As of October 9th, 2009 Source: Yesterday's Hero and Rugby League Project Glenn Adam Morrison (born 28 May 1976 in Canterbury, New South Wales) is an Australian professional rugby league player for Wakefield Trinity Wildcats in the European Super League. He primarily plays in the second row. Morrison previously played for the Parramatta Eels, Balmain Tigers, North Sydney Bears and the North Queensland Cowboys in the National Rugby League before moving to England to play for the Bradford Bulls. After three seasons with the Bulls, Morrison signed for the Wakefield Trinity Wildcats for 2010 season. Contents 1 England 2 Representative games 3 Statistics 3.1 Club career 4 References 5 External links // England Glenn Morrison in action for Bradford In January, 2007, Bradford Bulls Head Coach, Steve McNamara, appointed Morrison as vice-captain in his inaugural season at the club. Morrison was well received in England, being appointed as vice-captain of the Bulls in his very first season. That same year, Morrison made the Super League Dream Team. With his huge work-rate, non-stop drive and team ethic, the he proved massively influential in Steve McNamara's side. In 2008, Morrison made 733 tackles, the sixth highest in the entire competition. Morrison has won the T&A Player of the Year as well as the coaches' award, Players' Player of the Year and Supporters' Player of the Year titles in 2007 After three years with the Bulls, Morrison signed with the Wakefield Trinity Wildcats for 2010 season. He has now signed for another year with the wildcats. Representative games He is eligible to represent the Wales national rugby league team because he has a Welsh grandfather[1]. Country: Selected for Country Origin in 2001, 2003, 2004 and 2005. Statistics Club career Year Club Apps Pts T G FG 1996 Balmain Tigers 21 16 4 - - 1997 Balmain Tigers 20 12 3 - - 1998 North Sydney Bears 22 12 3 - - 1999 North Sydney Bears 20 24 6 - - 2000 North Queensland Cowboys 20 4 1 - - 2001 North Queensland Cowboys 23 52 13 - - 2002 North Queensland Cowboys 15 60 7 16 - 2003 North Queensland Cowboys 22 36 7 4 - 2004 North Queensland Cowboys 14 16 4 - - 2005 Parramatta Eels 22 36 9 - - 2006 Parramatta Eels 23 24 6 - - 2007 Bradford Bulls 24 40 10 - - 2008 Bradford Bulls 8 8 2 - - 2009 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats 23 28 7 References ^ http://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/news/1726213./ External links Glenn Morrison Player Profile BULLS NET GLENN MORRISON Deacon to captain Bradford Bulls, Morrison vice-captain Morrison swaps Bulls for Wildcats v • d • e Wakefield Trinity Wildcats - current squad 1 Blaymire • 2 Blanch • 3 Gleeson • 4 Millard • 5 George • 6 Jeffries • 10 Korkidas • 11 Ferguson • 12 Morrison • 13 Demetriou • 14 Obst • 15 Bibb • 16 Johnson • 17 Henderson • 18 Murphy • 19 P. King • 20 Latu •21 Cooke • 22 Southernwood • 23 Morton • 24 Davey • 25 Moore • 26 Wildie • 27 Spiers • 28 Trout • 29 M. King • 30 Cowling • 31 Gledhill • 32 Kirmond • 32 Hyde • Coach: Kear v • d • e Super League Dream Team - 2007 1 Paul Wellens • 2 Kevin Penny • 3 Adam Mogg • 4 Jason Demetriou • 5 Scott Donald • 6 Trent Barrett • 7 Rob Burrow  • 8 Nick Fozzard • 9 James Roby • 10 Jamie Peacock • 11 Gareth Ellis • 12 Glenn Morrison • 13 Stephen Wild Persondata Name Morrison, Glenn Alternative names Short description Date of birth 28 May 1976 Place of birth Canterbury, New South Wales Date of death Place of death