Danny Arnold (rugby league)
15 April 1977 |
|Position||Fullback, Wing, Centre|
Danny Arnold (born 15 April 1977 in Warrington) is a retired professional rugby league footballer of the 1990s, and 2000s representing at club level for St. Helens, Huddersfield Giants, Castleford Tigers, Salford City Reds, and Halifax, as a Fullback, Wing, or Centre.
One of the most memorable moments of Arnold's career was the hat-trick he scored against Wigan Warriors at Knowsley Road in 1996 where St Helens ran out 42-26 winners. Arnold also played for St Helens on the wing in the 1996 Challenge Cup Final at Wembley Stadium, London, scoring a try in each half of the match, helping his team to a 40-32 victory against Bradford Bulls.
During his time at St Helens, Arnold won two Challenge Cup final winners' medals (1996 and 1997), both finals against Bradford Bulls. He was also part of Saints' Championship winning side of 1996.
Danny took part in a 10s rugby tournament on the 4th June for 'A Soldiers Journey'. He masterminded a team of young emus to the final as they won all their matches and went on to win the final in tough conditions.
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