|Full name||Jason Roy Critchley|
7 December 1970 |
St. Helens, England
|Height||6 Ft 2|
|Position||Centre, Wing, Fullback|
Jason Critchley (born 7 December 1970) is a Welsh former professional rugby league and rugby union footballer, playing representative Rugby League at every age level from under 16's, 19's and 21's for Great Britain. He was also selected for Wales, and Great Britain Rugby League on the tour to Papua New Guinea, Fiji and New Zealand in 1996. At club level for Castleford Tigers (1997/98), Keighley Cougars, Salford City Reds (≤1992), Wakefield Trinity Wildcats (2000), Whitehaven, and Widnes Vikings (≥1992), as a Wing, or Centre, and playing top level club level Rugby Union for Newport RFC (1998/99), Leicester Tigers, De La Salle Palmerston, and U.S Dax.
Critchley was in 1993 Salford Red Devils, 1996 Keighley Cougars and 1997 Castleford Tigers season's top try scorer. In 1996 Jason broke a 90+ year record for Keighley Cougars scoring 6 tries in on match v's Widnes Vikings.
Critchley won caps for Wales while at Keighley, Castleford, and Whitehaven 1996…2001 10(11?)-caps 1(2?)-try 4(8?)-points.
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