|Full name||Ian Sibbit|
|Born||15 October 1980|
|Height||190 cm (6 ft 3 in)|
|Weight||105 kg (16 st 7 lb) |
|2005–10||Salford City Reds||118||22||0||0||88|
|Source: Rugby League Project|
Ian Sibbit (born 15 October 1980) is a former rugby league footballer who played as a second row.
He signed a two-year deal with the Bradford Bulls for 2011's Super League XVI. He is not seen as a direct replacement for Steve Menzies but is seen as a back-up player. Statistics do NOT include pre-season friendlies.
2011 - 2011 Season
Ian featured in Round 1 and 2 against Leeds Rhinos and Wigan Warriors. His next game would be in Round 4 (Wakefield Trinity Wildcats) the in Round 5 (Huddersfield Giants). Sibbit then appeared in Round 9 (Hull FC). Ian featured in three consecutive games from Round 12 (Catalans Dragons) to Round 14 (Hull KR). He appeared in another three consecutive game between Round 17 (St Helens RLFC) and Round 19 (Leeds Rhinos). Sibbit then featured in Round 24 (Hull KR) until Round 26 (Crusaders RL). He also featured in the Challenge Cup games against Halifax RLFC and Wigan Warriors. He scored a try against Halifax.
2012 - 2012 Season
Ian featured in two consecutive games from Round 1 (Catalans Dragons) to Round 2 (Castleford Tigers). He missed Rounds 3-15 and Round 4-5 in the Challenge Cup due to an injury. He featured in two consecutive games from Round 16 (Castleford Tigers) to Round 17 (St Helens). He was injured for Rounds 18-27. Sibbit announced his retirement from the game on 5 September 2012.