20 November 1988 |
Irlam, Salford, England
|2010||Leigh Centurions (Loan)||19||10||0||0||40|
|As of 15 September 2014|
|Source: Rugby League Project|
Matty Blythe's position of choice is as a second-row.
2013 - 2013 Season
In 2013 Blythe was loaned out to Super League side Bradford Bulls for the full season. Blythe played in the pre-season friendlies against Dewsbury Rams and Leeds Rhinos. He scored against Dewsbury Rams (1 try).
He featured in six consecutive games from Round 1 (Wakefield Wildcats) to Round 6 (Widnes Vikings). He was injured for Round 7-13 and Round 4 of the Challenge Cup. He returned and featured in Round 14 (Leeds Rhinos) to Round 21 (Wigan Warriors) and also in the Challenge Cup against London Broncos. He missed Round 22-24 due to injury. Matty featured in Round 25 (Castleford Tigers). Blythe scored against Wakefield Wildcats (1 try), Hull FC (1 try), Castleford Tigers (1 try), Huddersfield Giants (1 try), Salford City Reds (2 tries) and St Helens RLFC (1 try). He signed a permanent 3 Year Deal with Bradford near the end of the season.
2014 - 2014 Season
Matty missed Rounds 1-5 due to injury. He featured in Round 6 (Hull KR) to Round 9 (Leeds Rhinos). He was injured for Rounds 10-14. Blythe played in Round 15 (Wakefield Wildcats) to Round 20 (St Helens RLFC) then in Round 22 (Wigan Warriors) to Round 26 (Widnes Vikings). He also featured in Round 4 (Oldham Roughyeds) and in the Quarter Final (Warrington Wolves) in the Challenge Cup. He scored against Wigan Warriors (1 try).
(For 2014 Super League season highlights, stats and results click on 2014 Super League season results)
|2007 Warrington Wolves||1||0||0||0||0|
|2008 Warrington Wolves||7||1||0||0||4|
|2009 Warrington Wolves||11||1||0||0||4|
|2010 Warrington Wolves||1||1||0||0||4|
|2011 Warrington Wolves||22||3||0||0||12|
|2012 Warrington Wolves||18||6||0||0||24|
|2013 Bradford Bulls||16||7||0||0||28|
|2014 Bradford Bulls||17||1||0||0||4|
- "The official Engage Super League web site". web page. Super League. Retrieved 18 August 2011.
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