Brett Mullins

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Career Stats & Summary

Vital Statistics

Born
Friday, 21st January, 1972
Current Age
46 years and 270 days

Awards & Accolades

Dally M Fullback Of The Year
1994

Known Family Links

Uncle
Russell Mullins
Uncle
Terry Mullins
Nephew
Jack Hetherington
Father
Bill Mullins

Biography

Son of former Easts winger Bill Mullins was regarded as the most exciting player in international football in 1994. Graded from Young, Brett Mullins debuted with the Raiders in 1990 as a gangly winger. Injuries cost him a place in the Raiders' 1991 grand final team and again in NSW's State of Origin team in 1993 but his rate of improvement after settling in as Canberra fullback following the retirement of Gary Belcher was nothing short of extraordinary. In the early part of the 1994 season his swerve and speed (reminiscent of Graeme Langlands at his best), coupled with a confident ability to run the ball back or field Ricky Stuart's high kicks, earmarked him as the natural choice as NSW fullback. Injury again ruled him out of the first interstate match and Balmain's World Cup fullback Tim Brasher stole a march on him. Mullins played in the next two matches on the wing but his superlative form at club level saw him make his Test debut as fullback against France at P’matta Stadium. Mullins scored a try on debut and later overcame several niggling injuries to play his part in Canberra's grand final win against C’bury. He finished the season with 22 tries, including four against Newcastle in a brilliant individual performance, which set a NSWRL premiership record for a fullback (since bettered by Penrith’s Rhys Wesser). Mullins appeared in all four Tests on the Kangaroo Tour and scored 11 tries in 12 matches on tour. Automatically joining Super League in 1995, having already signed a five-year contract with the Raiders, Mullins’ rep career lost momentum because of recurring injuries, the Super League split and a lack of discipline. However, his sheer class when fit was best exemplified in his 3 tries in NSW’s titanic 23-22 win in the final of 1997’s Tri-Series competition and in two Super League Test matches against Great Britain at the end of the season. In 2000 he emulated the deeds of his father when he passed the century mark of first grade tries. Mullins eventually ran foul of Raiders officials, most notably for jostling team-mate Mark McLinden in a club match after an opposition try had been scored, and he joined Leeds in 2001. Returning to Australia midseason, he secured a one-season incentive contract with the Sydney Roosters under former club-mate and Roosters’ first grade coach, Ricky Stuart. Mullins ended his career as a winger in the Roosters’ grand final win against the Warriors in 2002 – an echo of the career of his father, Bill.

- ALAN WHITICKER

Career Statistics

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International

Test Matches - By Team

Team Years App T G   GK % FG Pts W L D Win %  
Australia 1994 5 5 -   - 20 4 1 0 80.00% Match list
Australia (SL) 1997 3 2 -   - 8 1 2 0 33.33% Match list
Overall 1994-1997 8 7 0   0 28 5 3 0 62.50% Match list

International Matches - By Team

Team Years App T G   GK % FG Pts W L D Win %  
Australia 1994 1 1 -   - 4 1 0 0 100.00% Match list
Overall 1994 1 1 0   0 4 1 0 0 100.00% Match list


Representative

Australia - By Team

Team Years App T G   GK % FG Pts W L D Win %  
NSW Country 1992-94, 1996 4 - -   - - 3 1 0 75.00% Match list
New South Wales 1994, 1996 5 4 -   - 16 5 0 0 100.00% Match list
New South Wales (SL) 1997 2 3 -   - 12 2 0 0 100.00% Match list
Overall 1992-1997 11 7 0   0 28 10 1 0 90.91% Match list


Club Career

Australian League Matches - By Year

Team Years App T G   GK % FG Pts W L D Win %  
Canberra NSWRL 1990 1 - -   - - 1 0 0 100.00% Match list
Canberra NSWRL 1991 11 2 -   - 8 7 4 0 63.64% Match list
Canberra NSWRL 1992 22 11 -   - 44 10 12 0 45.45% Match list
Canberra NSWRL 1993 23 10 -   - 40 15 7 1 65.22% Match list
Canberra NSWRL 1994 24 22 -   - 88 19 5 0 79.17% Match list
Canberra ARL 1995 22 14 -   - 56 20 2 0 90.91% Match list
Canberra ARL 1996 17 8 -   - 32 9 7 1 52.94% Match list
Canberra Super League 1997 15 10 -   - 40 10 5 0 66.67% Match list
Canberra NRL 1998 10 6 -   - 24 6 4 0 60.00% Match list
Canberra NRL 1999 17 12 -   - 48 11 5 1 64.71% Match list
Canberra NRL 2000 21 10 -   - 40 14 7 0 66.67% Match list
Sydney NRL 2002 26 17 -   - 68 18 7 1 69.23% Match list
Overall 1990-2002 209 122 0   0 488 140 65 4 66.99% Match list

Australian League Matches - By Team

Team Years App T G   GK % FG Pts W L D Win %  
Canberra 1990-00 183 105 -   - 420 122 58 3 66.67% Match list
Sydney 2002 26 17 -   - 68 18 7 1 69.23% Match list
Overall 1990-2002 209 122 0   0 488 140 65 4 66.99% Match list

Australian Finals Matches - By Team

Team Years App T G   GK % FG Pts W L D Win %  
Canberra 1990-2000 17 6 -   - 24 8 9 0 47.06% Match list
Sydney 2002 4 3 -   - 12 4 0 0 100.00% Match list
Overall 1991-2002 21 9 0   0 36 12 9 0 57.14% Match list

English League Career - By Year

Team Years App T G   GK % FG Pts W L D Win %  
Leeds Challenge Cup 2001 4 3 -   - 12 3 1 0 75.00% Match list
Leeds Super League VI 2001 8 1 -   - 4 4 4 0 50.00% Match list
Overall 2001 12 4 0   0 16 7 5 0 58.33% Match list

English League Career - By Team

Team Years App T G   GK % FG Pts W L D Win %  
Leeds 2001 12 4 -   - 16 7 5 0 58.33% Match list
Overall 2001 12 4 0   0 16 7 5 0 58.33% Match list

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