|Born||20 December 1973|
|Position||Wing, Centre, Five-eighth|
Craig Weston (born 20 December 1973) is an Australian former rugby league footballer who played for Gold Coast Seagulls, Eastern Suburbs Roosters and South Queensland Crushers. He then moved to England, where he played for Huddersfield Giants, Doncaster and Widnes Vikings.
Weston was a talented utility and played a number of positions including five eighth, wing and centre. Amongst Craig's best achievements was scoring 16 points from 2 tries and 4 goals on two occasions while playing for the Gold coast.
Weston joined Widnes Vikings in 2001, helping the club win promotion to the Super League. He was released by the club before the start of the 2003 season so he could return home to Australia due to a family illness. He re-joined the club for one season in 2004.
- 1992 Gold Coast 2T 14/23G 60.87% 36pts 
- 1993 Gold Coast 4T 6/11G 54.55% 28pts
- 1994 Easts 15/20G 75.00% 30pts
- 1995 Sth Queensland 1T 4pts
- 1996 Sth Queensland 5T 1/1G 100.00% 22pts
- Total 12T 36G 65.45% (36/55G) Total points= 120
- "Vikings release Weston". BBC Sport. 27 January 2003. Retrieved 19 September 2016.
- Whiticker et al (1998) The Encyclopedia Of Rugby League Players
- Rugby league Tables (2009) Craig Weston http://stats.rleague.com/rl/scorers/players/Craig_Weston.html
- Profile at Rugby League Project
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