James Hilgendorf

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James Hilgendorf
Date of birth (1982-03-29) 29 March 1982 (age 32)
Place of birth Sydney, Australia
Height 1.82 m (6 ft 0 in)
Weight 89 kg (196 lb)
Rugby union career
Current status
Position(s) Fly Half
Playing career
Position Fly Half, Centre, Fullback
Professional / senior clubs
Years Club / team Caps (points)
2002-2013
2005–06
2007

2009
Eastwood
Viadana
Perth Spirit
Kintetsu Liners
Kobelco Steelers
96
16
4
8
8
Provincial/State sides
Years Club / team Caps (points)
2004–05 Taranaki 14 (35)
Super Rugby
Years Club / team Caps (points)
2003
2006–08
2011–13
Waratahs
Western Force
Rebels
2
15
17
(0)
(10)
(10)
correct as of 7 June 2013.
National team(s)
Years Club / team Caps (points)
2000 Australia Schoolboys

James Hilgendorf, (born on 29 March 1982 in Sydney, Australia) is a rugby union professional who plays for the Melbourne Rebels in the Super Rugby competition.[1] His usual position is fly-half, but he can also play in the centres or at fullback.[2]

Early career[edit]

Hilgendorf is a product of the Eastwood club in Sydney.[2] He was an Australian Schoolboy representative in 2000, along with fellow Rebel Mark Gerrard. He made his Waratahs' debut in 2003.[3]

He transferred to Western Force for the 2006 to 2008 Super Rugby seasons, then moved to Japan to play for the Kintetsu Liners,[2][4] and later the Kobe Steel Kobelco Steelers.[2] In May 2010 Hilgendorf signed to join the Melbourne Rebels for the 2011 Super Rugby season.[2] After short stints with both the Waratahs and Rebels in 2013, Hilgendorf retired after the Shute Shield final loss to Sydney University with his long term school mate Tim Davidson.

He now is an accredited RUPA Rugby Union Player Agent who works for The Blaze Agency Pty Ltd and rugby coach at The King's School, Parramatta.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Force calls in Hilgendorf
  2. ^ a b c d e Harris, Bret (13 May 2010). "James Hilgendorf joins Melbourne Rebels". Australian. News Limited. Retrieved 2010-05-14. 
  3. ^ "Western Force reversing overseas player drain". rugby.com.au. 26 April 2005. Retrieved 2011-01-28. 
  4. ^ Long, David (8 February 2009). "How the Super 14 sides shape up for 2009". Sunday News. Retrieved 6 October 2011. 

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