Tom Haughey

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Tom Haughey
Personal information
Full nameThomas Haughey
Born (1982-01-30) 30 January 1982 (age 41)
Keighley, West Yorkshire, England
Playing information
Position Centre, Second-row
Club
YearsTeamPldTGFGP
2001–02 Wakefield Trinity 200102
2003–04 London Broncos 211004
2004(loan)Featherstone Rovers 830012
2005–06 Castleford Tigers 35200080
2007–09 Featherstone Rovers 824200168
2010–13 Hunslet Hawks 862800112
2012(loan)York City Knights 91004
Total2619510382
Source: [1]

Tom Haughey (born 30 January 1982 in Keighley, West Yorkshire, England) is a rugby league footballer who played for Wakefield Trinity (2001-2002), London Broncos (2003-2004), Featherstone Rovers (Heritage No. 856) (2004 {on loan} and 2007–2009), Castleford Tigers (Heritage No. 825) (2005-2006), Hunslet Hawks (2010-2013) and York City Knights (2012)

Tom has scored the ‘2nd fastest’ hat-trick in rugby league history.

He was selected for the Irish international squad, but never played in a match for them.

His position of choice is in the Second-row, and centre. [2]

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References

  1. "Player Summary: Tommy Haughey". Rugby League Records. Rugby League Record Keepers Club. Retrieved 6 May 2023.
  2. "York City Knights coach Chris Thorman plots surprise playmaking move".