|Born||3 February 1992 (age 23)
Bathurst, New South Wales, Australia
|Height||177 cm (5 ft 10 in)|
|Weight||85 kg (13 st 5 lb)|
|As of 12 April 2015|
Harry Siejka (born 3 February 1992) is a rugby league player of Polish descent currently playing for Bradford Bulls. He has also played for National Rugby League club St George Illawarra Dragons and Wakefield Wildcats in the Super League.
On 30 July 2011, Siejka made his National Rugby League debut for the Panthers against the North Queensland Cowboys. Siejka made 25 tackles and kicked a goal in his side's 30-18 loss at Dairy Farmers Stadium. In his second first grade appearance for the Panthers, Siejka set up two of Penrith's three tries thanks to a grubber kick leading to Trent Waterhouse's 39th NRL career try, and then in the dying stages in the game he played a vital role into Ryan Walker's try via some "hot potato football" from Junior Vaivai.
On 12 June 2013 Siejka was released from his Warriors contract, after failing to make a single first-grade appearance for the club. He subsequently joined the St. George Illawarra Dragons for the remainder of the 2013 season and began training with their NSW Cup team, the Illawarra Cutters.
On 14 feb 2014, Siejka signed a one year contract with Wakefield Wildcats.
2015 - 2015 Season
He featured in Round 1 (Leigh Centurions) to Round 2 (Whitehaven RLFC). Harry was banned for two rounds before playing in Round 5 (Batley Bulldogs) to Round 9 (London Broncos). He also featured in the Challenge Cup in Round 4 (Workington Town). He scored against Leigh Centurions (2 goals), Whitehaven RLFC (2 goals) and Workington Town (1 try).
Statistics do not include pre-season friendlies.
|2015 Bradford Bulls||8||1||4||0||12|
- Harry Seijka rugbyleagueproject.org
- "Harry Siejka NRL Player Profile".
- Siejka departs Penrith Panthers to join the New Zealand Warriors Herald Sun, 30 November 2012
- Dragons sign Siejka for rest of season stuff.co.nz, 20 June 2013