Scott Prince

Coaching Career

Vital Statistics

Wednesday, 27th February, 1980
Current Age
43 years and 283 days
Place Of Birth
Mount Isa, Queensland, Australia

Awards & Accolades

Clive Churchill Medal
Dally M Captain Of The Year
RLIF Halfback Of The Year
2008, 2010
Dally M Halfback Of The Year


Mt Isa halfback was in good personal form with the struggling North Queensland when he controversially left Townsville to link with premier club Brisbane in 2001. After overcoming a series of injuries and personal tragedies in his three seasons with the Broncos Prince chose to renew his association with former North Queensland coach Tim Sheens at the W’Tigers. Prince was the Queensland halfback in the 2004 State of Origin series but his form the following year, despite missing out on State of Origin duty, was nothing short of brilliant. In the 2005 grand final Prince captained the club to a maiden premiership and won the Clive Churchill Medal. Later that year he also became the W’Tigers’ first Test player when called into Australia’s Tri-Nations squad. Prince made his Test debut in Australia’s 20-6 win over Great Britain in Wigan but was used from the interchange bench (coach Wayne Bennett preferring Craig Gower at halfback) in Australia’s shock 24-0 loss to NZ in the final. There were more shocks as far as Scott prince was concerned; in 2006 he announced that he was leaving the W’Tigers to join the newly promoted G’Coast Titans.

Coaching Career Statistics

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Competition   Games W L D Win %  
NRLW 10 6 4 0 60.00% List

Club Career


Team Season Games W L D Win %  
Brisbane (W) NRLW 2023 10 6 4 0 60.00% List


Team Years Games W L D Win %  
Brisbane (W) 2023 10 6 4 0 60.00% List

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Contributions: Rugby League Tables, Andrew Ferguson, Shawn Dollin, Bill Bates

Sources: NRL Rugby League Yearbook 1999, NRL Rugby League Yearbook 2000, NRL Rugby League Yearbook 2001, NRL Rugby League Yearbook 2002, NRL 2004 Official Rugby League Annual, NRL Rugby League Yearbook 2003, NRL Rugby League Yearbook 2004, 2006 Official Rugby League Annual