Brad Morrin

Brad Morrin

Infobox rugby league biography
playername = Brad Morrin
fullname = Brad Morrin
nickname = Moz

caption =
country =
position = Second-Row / Prop
currentclub = leagueicon|Bulldogs|16 Bulldogs
dateofbirth = birth date and age|1981|9|23
placeofbirth = Liverpool, New South Wales
countryofbirth = Australia
height = 1.82 m (6 ft 0 in)
weight = 99 kg (15 st 9 lbs)
club1 = leagueicon|Bulldogs|16 Bulldogs
year1start = 2005
year1end = present
appearances1 = 44
tries1 = 2
goals1 = 0
fieldgoals1 = 0
points1 = 8
updated = 12:39, 8 September 2008 (UTC)
source =

Brad Morrin (born September 23, 1981 in Bankstown, New South Wales, Australia) is an Australian rugby league player for the Canterbury Bulldogs club in the National Rugby League competition. His position of choice is at second-row forward. Morrin has extended his contract with the Bulldogs until the end of the 2008 NRL season. [ [ Brad Morrin Re-signs for Season 2008] ]


In 2005, Brad Morrin was involved in an off-field incident. While in a drunken state, Morrin opened the door of a passing car and tried to hitch a lift, alarming the driver. Morrin was detained in a police cell for four hours, which is standard police practice for anyone found intoxicated in a public place. [ [ The Age, 24 May, 2005. Story: "Another alarming league incident"] ]

In Round 21 of the 2007 NRL season, Morrin was put on report for biting the arm of Parramatta Eel player Timana Tahu. He was suspended for 8 weeks and did not feature for the Bulldogs again in the year. [ [ Morrin cops eight games for biting Tahu] ]

ee also

*List of Rugby league incidents


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