|Born||11 May 1983|
|Current club information|
|British league||Leicester Lions|
|Polish league||Stal Gorzow|
|2006 & 2007||Peterborough Panthers|
|2008, 2009||Ipswich Witches|
|2006, 2008-||RKM Rybnik (POL)|
|2005, 2007||WTS Wrocław(POL)|
|2009, 2011, 2013, 2016||Lakeside Hammers|
|2014||Alfred Smoczyk Memorial winner|
|2006, 2014||Polish Ekstraliga|
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