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Peter Fox (rugby league, born 1984)

Peter Fox
Personal information
Born (1984-11-05) 5 November 1984
York, England
Height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Weight 14 st 7 lb (92 kg)[1]
Playing information
Position Wing
Club
Years Team Pld T G FG P
2006 York 19 15 0 0 60
2007–08 Wakefield Trinity 24 12 0 0 48
2008–11 Hull Kingston Rovers 105 52 0 0 208
2012–14 Wakefield Trinity 64 32 0 0 128
Total 212 111 0 0 444
Representative
Years Team Pld T G FG P
2008–09 England 6 7 0 0 28
As of 9 May 2014

Peter Fox (born 5 November 1984) is an English professional rugby league footballer, playing at representative level for England, and at club level for York, Wakefield Trinity (twice), and Hull Kingston Rovers, as a Wing.

International honours

Peter Fox has won caps for England while at Hull Kingston Rovers in 2008 against France and Wales, and in 2009 against France, Wales, New Zealand and Australia.

2006

Fox was on loan at York in 2006, and was named in the NL1 Dream Team 2006.

He signed for Wakefield Trinity from Leeds.

2007

Fox made his début for Wakefield Trinity in the opening game of the 2007 campaign with a 14-9 loss to Hull Kingston Rovers. It took him till round 5 to open his account with a try in Wakefield's 40-20 win over Catalans Dragons. Fox signed for Hull Kingston Rovers in September 2007

2008

Peter made his rovers début in a 20-12 away loss to Leeds although he opened his Hull Kingston Rovers account with a brace of tries in a thrilling 20-24 victory in France against Catalans Dragons. In round 7 of the 2009 campaign he scored his first hat trick of his career in a 48-12 victory over Salford.

27 June- Fox made his England début in the 56-8 victory over France. He scored a try and had one disallowed.

He was in the England training squad for the 2008 Rugby League World Cup.[2]

He was in the England team to face Wales at the Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster prior to England's departure for the 2008 Rugby League World Cup.[3]

2009

On 7 November Peter Fox scored 2 tries to help England earn a shock 20-12 victory over World Champions New Zealand at Huddersfield's Galpharm Stadium, and a place in the 2009 Four Nations final against Australia.

2010

Peter made another promising start for Rovers at the start of the 2010 season, in a home fixture against Salford in which Rovers won 30-12, Fox in the process scoring two early tries. Peter made his 100th career appearance in Hull Kingston Rovers's 32-6 loss at Wigan on 12 February 2010.

2014

(For 2014 Super League season highlights, stats and results click on 2014 Super League season results).

Senior tries

Scores and results list Peter's try tally first.[4]
Date Venue Opponent Result Tournament Scored
11 March 2007 Belle Vue, Catalans Dragons 40-20 Super League 1
16 March 2007 Belle Vue Leeds 26-32 Super League 2
25 March 2007 Belle Vue, Warrington 30-24 Super League 1
1 April 2007 Belle Vue London Skolars 52-4 Challenge Cup 1
9 April 2007 Belle Vue Bradford 24-36 Super League 2
1 July 2007 Belle Vue Wigan 32-6 Super League 1
6 July 2007 The Willows Salford 18-35 Super League 1
15 July 2007 Belle Vue, Huddersfield 23-24 Super League 2
5 August 2007 Odsal Bradford 38-24 Super League 1
16 February 2008 Stade Aime Giral, Catalans Dragons 20-24 Super League 2
13 April 2008 Craven Park, Hull, Bradford 20-18 Super League 1
25 April 2008 Craven Park, Hull, Leeds 22-36 Super League 1
4 May 2008 Millennium Stadium Hull 17-22 Super League 1
18 May 2008 Galpharm Stadium Huddersfield 50-16 Super League 2
15 June 2008 Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington 38-20 Super League 1
21 June 2008 Craven Park, Hull Wakefield Trinity 18-26 Super League 1
Odsal, Bradford 40-20 Super League 1
10 August 2008 Craven Park, Hull, Harlequins 16-40 Super League 1
17 August 2008 Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington 34-36 Super League 2
7 September 2008 Craven Park, Hull, Hull 36-8 Super League 1
15 February 2009 Odsal, Bradford 13-13 Super League 2
27 February 2009 Knowsley Road, St Helens 19-20 Super League 1
22 March 2009 Halliwell Jones Stadium, Warrington 24-12 Super League 1
29 March 2009 Craven Park Salford 48-12 Super League 3
10 April 2009 KC Stadium Hull 14-18 Super League 1
19 April 2009 Twickenham Stoop, Harlequins 12-32 Super League 1
22 May 2009 Craven Park, Hull Castleford 16-6 Super League 1
28 June 2009 Craven Park, Hull Wigan 28-36 Super League 2
2 August 2009 The Jungle Castleford 28-46 Super League 2
16 August 2009 Craven Park, Hull St Helens 26-10 Super League 1
5 September 2009 Craven Park, Hull, Warrington 40-16 Super League 1
12 September 2009 Belle Vue Wakefield Trinity 24-10 Super League 1
26 September 2009 Craven Park, Hull Wigan 16-30 Super League 1
7 February 2010 Craven Park, Hull Salford 30-12 Super League 2
19 March 2010 Headingley Leeds 10-17 Super League 1
11 April 2010 Craven Park, Hull Warrington 36-16 Super League 2
16 May 2010 Craven Park, Hull Crusaders 54-10 Super League 1
4 July 2010 Belle Vue Wakefield Trinity 14-46 Super League 2
9 July 2010 Craven Park, Hull Leeds 25-6 Super League 1
24 July 2010 Craven Park, Hull Bradford 49-24 Super League 3
4 September 2010 Racecourse Ground Crusaders 30-24 Super League 1
11 September 2010 KC Stadium Hull 4-21 Super League 1
17 September 2010 DW Stadium Wigan 42-18 Super League 2
15 May 2011 Craven Park, Hull Bradford 46-18 Super League 1
26 May 2012 Etihad stadium Castleford 26-32 Super League 1

References

  1. ^ "Hull KR The Official Site of the Robins". web page. Hull Kingston Rovers RLFC. Retrieved 12 August 2011. 
  2. ^ "Myler gets England call". England Rugby League. 2008-09-29. Retrieved 2008-10-03. 
  3. ^ "Gleeson to lead new-look England". BBC. 2008-10-09. Retrieved 2008-10-10. 
  4. ^ http://www.slstats.org/p335/Shaun+Briscoe.html

External links

  • Hull KR profile
  • England Statistics at englandrl.co.uk
  • Great Britain Statistics at englandrl.co.uk
  • Statistics at rugbyleagueproject.org
  • Peter Fox Wildcats Profile
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