Brett Morris

Coaching Career

Vital Statistics

Born
Saturday, 23rd August, 1986
Current Age
37 years and 303 days
Place Of Birth
Kiama, New South Wales, Australia

Honours & Awards

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World Cup
2013
Four Nations
2009
Anzac Tests
2010
State of Origin
2014
NRL Premiership
2010, 2019
Anzac Cup
2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2021
World Club Challenge
2011, 2019, 2020
Charity Shield - AUS
2012
All Stars
2011

Known Family Links

Father
Steve Morris
Brother
Josh Morris

Coaching Career Statistics

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Competitions

Competition     Games W L D Win %  
NRL Pre-Season - 1 1 0 0 100.00% List
NSW Reserve Grade - 24 3 10 11 12.50% List


Club Career

NSW/QLD Cup - By Year

Team Season   Games W L D Win %  
Sydney (R) 2024 Knock-On Effect NSW Cup   24 3 10 11 12.50% List

NSW/QLD Cup - By Team

Team Years   Games W L D Win %  
Sydney (R) 2024   24 3 10 11 12.50% List

Your Say

  • VIRGIL KOPKOP
    14/04/2014

    Brett morris is a wonderful player.He is a wonderful player because no one can catch him when he ran.Now I can say he is one of the fly boy.He ran like a jet.haha....

  • Anonymous
    28/02/2017

    Love to watch Brett and Josh play for the Bulldogs and n.s.w.

  • Alison Schultz
    07/07/2017

    Brett is truly a wonderful role model to the younger generation. He is an outstanding sportsmen who is willing to give to others. My son Big E ( Ethan) was lucky enough to meet Brett at a training clinic earlier this year at Cudgen in Kingscliff. He has gone out of his way to keep in contact and even gave Ethan his boots that he signed and his NSW cap when at the BLUES training camp. No words can explain what this means to Ethan. The look on his face when he sees Brett and Brett shakes his hand and says gday mate . Ethan will continue to play football and his idol will always be Brett.

  • bani
    13/05/2020

    I really like he and Josh play footy...

  • Barry
    28/08/2020

    Twins are great players but imo Brett was slightly better although no knock on Josh.

  • Gus O
    18/03/2022

    One of the great wingers of all time. I’ll never forget his try for the Kangaroos in the 2013 World Cup final at Old Trafford. Ridiculously short in goal then concrete steps down to the advertising hoardings/fence surrounding the ground. As brave a try as you will ever seen… although his 2014 “miracle try” also pretty good... Sadly for St George supporters he left to play with his twin brother for local rivals Canterbury where he suffered major injuries. Then a final couple of seasons at Easts including a second premiership win in 2019 (first was 2010 for St George). Retired as 4th highest try scorer in Australian rugby league history after another major knee injury. An example to all that you can be a champion player and a brave competitor and also play with honour, even in the professional era. Well played Brett, you are remembered.

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Contributions: Shawn Dollin, Alan Katzmann, Paul Carter, Greg Fiveash, Andrew Ferguson, AJ Lucantonio, Bill Bates, Max Turner, Darren Andrews, Tim Costello

Sources: 2006 Official Rugby League Annual, Official NRL Website