|Full name||Daniel Brough|
15 January 1983 |
Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, England
|Height||5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)|
|Weight||13 st 1 lb (83 kg) |
|As of 13th March 2011|
|Source: Rugby League Project
Danny Brough plays for Huddersfield in Super League. He has also played for the Scotland. He is also the current coach of the Huddersfield amateur team Emley Moor ARLFC who compete in the Pennine League
Danny Brough has a wealth of experience at a number of clubs, he started his playing career in Wakefield's academy set up, subsequently signing for Dewsbury, Castleford, York and Hull before playing for Wakefield Trinity before joining current club Huddersfield Giants.
Brough also helped Castleford gain promotion back into SL in 2007, having lowered his wages to play in the NL1 competition. He subsequently won the man of the match award in the Grand Final - but chose to leave the club to join Wakefield Trinity and will play against 'Cas' in 2008. The first meeting for Trinity vs Cas were in March were Brough scored his first try of the season. He continued to haunt his old club this time at the Jungle when he scored his second try of the season . He also scored nine goals against them at Millennium stadium.
Brough went on to win the Albert Goldthorpe Medal for his consistent ability to perform throughout the 2008 season. Known for his attacking strive, Danny Brough also topped the number of attacking kicks from any other Super League player in 2008.
Danny was the key man for Huddersfield in the 2011 season. His attacking and 100% accurate left boot has proved to be quite a game turner. He can challenge any opposing team just by his kicking alone. Not to mention his quick thinking and immense pace. One of his most memorable tries was his second one at Millennium Magic against Warrington. He celebrated his second full pitch run with a 'Union Jack' jump over the tryline. This was described by Eddie Hemmings as 'Strictly Come Rugby League'. Now in 2012, Danny is still playing to the best of his ability. He is admired by all his team mates and those of opposing teams.
- "Huddersfield Giants". web page. Huddersfield Giants. Retrieved 7 August 2011.
- "Brough completes move to Giants". BBC News. 24 March 2010.
- Statistics at rugbyleagueproject.org
- Wakefield Trinity Wildcats profile
- Castleford Tigers profile
- Players to watch - Danny Brough (Scotland)
- Brough draws level
- Goldthorope medal
- Goldthorope medal 2008
- Stats → PastPlayers → B at hullfc.com
- Statistics at hullfc.com