Tommy Gallagher (rugby league)
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|Full name||Tommy Gallagher|
|Born||10 September 1983|
|2004–2007||Hull Kingston Rovers||56||20||0||0||80|
|As of 9 June 2012|
Tommy Gallagher is a rugby league player who plays as a prop forward for Leigh. Gallagher has previously appeared as a stand off, second row forward and loose forward but is now ordinarily used as a prop.
Gallagher is a product of the Leeds academy, but has had spells with Hull Kingston Rovers, Keighley, London Broncos, Toulouse Olympique, Widnes (twice), Batley (twice), Rochdale Hornets and Swinton before joining Leigh in time for the 2012 season. Tommy has a younger brother John Gallagher who is a recently retired rugby player.
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