Heath L'Estrange (born 21 May 1985 in Sydney, New South Wales) is an Australian professional rugby league footballer for the St George Illawarra Dragons. In his rugby league career, he won the 2008 National Rugby League grand final with Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles and played for the Bradford Bulls and Sydney Roosters. He primarily plays at hooker.
Playing Career [ edit ]
Schoolboys [ edit ]
While attending Terra Sancta College, L'Estrange played for the
Australian Schoolboys team in 2002 and 2003. [2 ]
Sydney Roosters: 2004 [ edit ]
L'Estrange signed for the club in late 2003. He made his first grade debut on 9 April 2004 against the
Brisbane Broncos during round 5 at Aussie Stadium where he scored 2 tries.
Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles: 2008-09 [ edit ]
He played in the
2008 NRL Grand Final victory over the inform Melbourne Storm. [3 ]
Bradford Bulls: 2010-13 [ edit ]
He signed a two year contract with
Super League club Bradford Bulls for 2010, he is seen as a replacement for Terry Newton. L'Estrange re-signed with Bradford for 3 years Deal mid-way through the 2011 season. After the 2013 season he was released from his contract on compassionate grounds where he would later sign a 1-year contract with the Sydney Roosters. [4 ]
Sydney Roosters: 2014 [ edit ]
Sydney Roosters signed L'Estrange after he was released by Bradford.
St George Illawarra Dragons: 2015 [ edit ]
On 29 October 2014, L'Estrange signed a 1 year deal with the
St George Illawarra Dragons for the 2015 season. [6 ] [7 ]
Representative [ edit ]
He was named in the
France squad for the Rugby League World Cup 2008. L'Estrange also played 2 games for the Exiles. [8 ]
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References [ edit ]