Glen Tomlinson

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Career Stats & Summary

Vital Statistics

Born
Wednesday, 18th March, 1970
Current Age
48 years and 240 days
Place Of Birth
Australia

Career Statistics

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Club Career

English League Career - By Year

Team Years App T G   GK % FG Pts W L D Win %  
Bradford Super League 1996 ? 4 -   - 16  
Bradford Super League II 1997 ? 8 -   - 32  
Hull Challenge Cup 1998 3 - -   - - 2 1 0 66.67% Match list
Hull Super League III 1998 5 1 -   - 4 2 3 0 40.00% Match list
Wakefield Trinity Challenge Cup 1999 1 - -   - - 0 1 0 0.00% Match list
Wakefield Trinity Super League IV 1999 28 4 -   - 16 9 19 0 32.14% Match list
Wakefield Trinity Challenge Cup 2000 2 - -   - - 1 1 0 50.00% Match list
Wakefield Trinity Super League V 2000 18 4 -   - 16 5 13 0 27.78% Match list
Batley Challenge Cup 2001 1 - -   - - 0 1 0 0.00% Match list
Batley Challenge Cup 2002 1 - -   - - 0 1 0 0.00% Match list
Overall 1991-2002 ? 39 0   0 156 ? ? ? ?  

English League Career - By Team

Team Years App T G   GK % FG Pts W L D Win %  
Batley 1991-96, 2001-02 ? 13 -   - 52 ? ? ? ?  
Bradford 1996-97 ? 17 -   - 68 ? ? ? ?  
Hull 1998 8 1 -   - 4 4 4 0 50.00% Match list
Wakefield Trinity 1999-00 49 8 -   - 32 15 34 0 30.61% Match list
Batley 2001-02 2 - -   - - 0 2 0 0.00% Match list
Overall 1991-2002 ? 39 0   0 156 ? ? ? ?  

Your Say

Anonymous says: Glen Tomlinson was an outstanding scrum-half, who started his english career at Batley scoring 91 tries in five seasons. He then joined Bradford in the newly formed Super League. Spells at Hull and Wakefield followed, before returing to Batley in 2001, there he broke the all time try scoring record, bringing his total to 124, a semi-final appearance with Batley in 2002 against Leigh was Glen's last game in England before he returned down under with his young family. (13/07/2009)

cameron says: glen was the best half back running around in brisbane in the late 80s earlys, 90s...way better then Alan LANGER ever was..... (30/07/2011)

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