James Webster (rugby league)
|Full name||James Webster|
|Nickname||Little Pace Monkey|
11 July 1979 |
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
|2005–2008||Hull Kingston Rovers||93||33||7||9||155|
James Webster is a rugby league player.
Webster normally plays as a scrum half but is equally at home at hooker. where he played for Parramatta making over 40 NRL games in his time with the Eels.
He eventually joined rivals Hull. After only one game in a black and white jersey - Webster was released from his contract. It was then announced he had signed a 2-year contract with Widnes
Webster recently turned his back on his playing career to focus on his coaching role with former club Hull, when he returned to the black and whites as Assistant Coach in 2010.
He now works closely alongside Head Coach Richard Agar and fellow Assistant Coach Andy Last in his first major coaching opportunity, whilst he is also involved in the development of other young coaches with the Rugby Football League.
Early 2014 James is playing for amateur rugby club Hornsea RUFC, He has earned one cap and also offers coaching support.
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