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|Full name||David Halley|
12 October 1986 |
|Height||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
|Weight||13 st 3 lb (84 kg)|
|As of 28 May 2012
Source: Rugby League Project
David Halley (born October 12, 1986 in Bradford) is an English born professional rugby league footballer, playing at representative level for Wales, and at club level for Bradford Bulls, and Wakefield Trinity Wildcats in Super League, and Keighley Cougars, as a Fullback, or Wing. Dave Halley won the Bradford Bulls' 2009 Player of the Year award.
A product of the Bradford Academy, Halley is renowned for his tremendous pace and acceleration and was a firm favorite of the Bradford fans.
Halley currently coaches Queensbury ARLFC open age.
Fastest Man competition
He came third behind Darren Albert, in the Fastest Man in Rugby League competition in 2005. He has been entered into the 2009 event, which is to take place during the Carnegie Floodlit Nines on 26 August 2009 and is third favourite to win behind Kevin Penny and Scott Donald 
First Team Début
On 15 April 2007 Halley coming off the bench made a try scoring début at Grattan Stadium against Hull Kingston Rovers. The following week Halley made his full début against Hull F.C. at the KC Stadium
Halley was on Loan at Wakefield Trinity Wildcats and scored both tries in the 12–6 win over Wigan Warriors, Halley played 5 games for Wakefield Trinity Wildcats until he returned to Bradford in March 2009. By April 2009 Halley had established himself as the first-choice full back for the Bulls and In July 2009 his form was rewarded when he signed a new two-year contract, extending his stay at Bradford till the end of 2011 
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