Carl Doherty

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Carl Doherty
Personal information
Born 12 July 1975
New Zealand
Height 185cm
Weight 82kg
Playing information
Position Fullback
Club
Years Team Pld T G FG P
1999 Auckland 5 0 14 0 28
As of 27 November 2008
Source: RLP

Carl Doherty (born 12 July 1975 in New Zealand) is a former professional rugby league player. His position of preference was Fullback.

Playing career[edit]

A Glenora Bears junior, in 1999 he shot to prominence when he was called up from the local Auckland scene by the Auckland Warriors.[1] He played five games for the club in the National Rugby League during the 1999 season. He was one of several options trialled by the Warriors as they searched for a replacement for the injured Matthew Ridge. However, despite being one of the more successful replacements, he was not re-signed by the club for the 2000 season and instead joined the Mt Albert Lions in the new Bartercard Cup competition.[2]

Later years[edit]

In 2002 he competed in the New Zealand Marist Brothers Spillane rugby union tournament for the North Harbour side and was named in the team of the tournament.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Carl Doherty bio rugbyleague.co.nz
  2. ^ Lions roar after slow start The Press, 17 June 2000
  3. ^ 2002 Spillane Tournament New Zealand Marist Rugby