Shane Whereat

  • Playing Career

Playing Career

Vital Statistics

Born
Wednesday, 10th June, 1970
Current Age
53 years and 262 days

Playing Career Statistics

All statistics shown in this section are based only on data available in the RLP database, and are not necessarily a complete and/or 100% accurate representation of a player's career. This information should be used as a guide only. If you see a question mark (?), it denotes that the figure is not available.

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Competitions

Competition   App T G   GK % FG Pts W L D Win %  
NRL 73 37 0   - 148 40 33 0 54.79% List
NRL Finals 3 3 -   - 12 1 2 0 33.33% List


Club Career

NRL/NSWRL - By Year

Team Season App T G   GK % FG Pts W L D Win %  
Eastern Suburbs NSWRL 1993 10 4 0 / 1 0.00% - 16 5 5 0 50.00% List
Eastern Suburbs NSWRL 1994 11 7 -   - 28 3 8 0 27.27% List
Sydney City ARL 1995 12 1 -   - 4 7 5 0 58.33% List
Sydney City ARL 1996 2 - -   - - 0 2 0 0.00% List
Parramatta ARL 1997 16 11 -   - 44 10 6 0 62.50% List
Parramatta NRL 1998 20 12 -   - 48 14 6 0 70.00% List
Parramatta NRL 1999 2 2 -   - 8 1 1 0 50.00% List

NRL/NSWRL - By Team

Team Years App T G   GK % FG Pts W L D Win %  
Eastern Suburbs 1993-96 35 12 - / 1 0.00% - 48 15 20 0 42.86% List
Parramatta 1997-99 38 25 -   - 100 25 13 0 65.79% List
Overall1993-1999 73 37 0 / 1 0.00% 0 148 40 33 0 54.79% List

Your Say

  • Shaun M
    29/07/2011

    Potentially, with his speed, he could have been an Australian version of Martin Offiah. Unfortunately, he had Luke Ricketson playing inside him in the centres at the Roosters, who never got him a decent ball so he could show that.

    At Parramatta, his strike rate showed what he was capable of. A bit of a lost talent. But one of the genuine nice guys of rugby league off the field.

  • Jay
    04/09/2011

    Shane whereat in my view was probably one of the two fastest players in rugby league in the 90s. Darren Albert no1 whereat number 2!!! I remember there was one game whereat playing for parra against Brisbane he ran the whole length of the field and run around Darren Lockyer (Brisbane fullback) n scored an blistering try. He simply beat Lockyer wit his speed!

  • Anonymous
    06/11/2020

    He beat Darrin Albert in a sprint race. He was clearly the quickest player of his time. Albert and Dallis were 5 metres behind him in a match race. No cotest.

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Contributions: Rugby League Tables, Shawn Dollin, Andrew Ferguson, AJ Lucantonio, Paul Carter, Alan Katzmann, Steven Russo

Sources: NRL Rugby League Yearbook 1999, ARL Rugby League Yearbook 1996, ARL Rugby League Yearbook 1997, NRL Rugby League Yearbook 1998, NRL Rugby League Yearbook 2000, NSWRL Rugby League Yearbook 1994, ARL Rugby League Yearbook 1995