9 January 1989 |
|Height||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|Weight||14 st 0 lb (89 kg) |
|Position||Centre, Loose forward, Stand-off|
|As of 7 March 2014|
Jordan Turner is a rugby league player for St. Helens in Super League. Jordan has represented and captained his country at academy level and is touted as a future international on the big stage. Transferring from Salford to Hull after the 2009 season, He first joined Salford at the age of 14 from his amateur club Waterhead R.L.F.C. in Oldham. He attended the Radclyffe School. In July 2012, he joined St. Helens on a 2-year deal.
Turner was voted Academy Player and Young Player of the Year in 2007, before establishing himself in the Reds' first team for 2 seasons.
Turner joined Hull from Salford at the start of the 2010 season and he has all the ingredients to become a top-class Super League player.
With power, strength and pace, the ability to play centre, stand off or loose forward and bags of experience for his age, the former England Under 18s captain has some big years ahead of him.
The sought after signing is hoping for some successful years to come with Hull and has enjoyed runs at centre and stand off since throwing on the black and white jersey.
In July 2012, Turner signed a 2-year contract with St Helens starting from 2013 season. Turner was voted St Helens Player of the Season for 2013.
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