Nick Graham (rugby league)
- Nick Graham (rugby league)
Nick Graham (born 10 January 1974 in Caringbah, New South Wales) was an Australian rugby league player for the Wests Tigers and the Cronulla Sharks in the National Rugby League competition. He also played for the Wigan Warriors in the English Super League competition. His position of choice is at Loose forward/Lock.
Nick Graham was a club stalwart at the Sharks during the late 1990's and up until the arrival of Chris Anderson at the club at the beginning of 2003. Nick Graham was controversially axed by Anderson alongside fellow Sharks club stalwart Dean Treister only five matches into the season. Whilst Treister left the club to play for Hull FC in the UK, Graham decided to stay at the club and try to win back his first-grade spot.
However, Graham also later left during the 2003 season to play for the Wigan Warriors in the English Super League for the duration of the year.
Graham returned to Australia and played his final season for the Wests Tigers in 2004. After only featuring in 10 matches Graham decided to retire at the season's end.
- City: Played one game for city in Country/City Origin
- Junior Club: De La Salle (Cronulla)
- Career Stats: 145 career games to date scoring 16 tries
Founder of Joe Boxer Apparel Company
- 1974 births
- Australian rugby league players
- Rugby league locks
- Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks players
- Wests Tigers players
- New South Wales City rugby league team players
- Wigan Warriors players
- Living people
- Australian rugby league biography, 1970s birth stubs
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