Logan Edwards

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Logan Edwards
Personal information
Full name Samuel Logan Edwards
Born (1968-11-18) 18 November 1968 (age 48)
New Zealand
Playing information
Height 182 cm (6 ft 0 in)
Weight 85 kg (187 lb)
Position Centre, Second-row, Lock
Years Team Pld T G FG P
Marist-Western (CRL)
1988–90 Rochdale Hornets
1991–92 Oldham Bears 14 5 0 0 20
1994 Cantebury Cardinals 14 6 0 0 24
1995 Auckland Warriors 15 1 0 0 4
Total 43 12 0 0 48
Years Team Pld T G FG P
1988–94 Canterbury
1993–95 New Zealand 5 0 0 0 0
Source: Rugby League Project

Samuel Logan Edwards is a New Zealand former rugby league player.

Domestic career[edit]

Edwards played for the dominating Canterbury provincial side of the early 1990s alongside such talent as Quentin Pongia, Mike Dorreen, Whetu Taewa and coach Frank Endacott. This side continued its success as the Canterbury Cardinals in the 1994 Lion Red Cup. In 1993 he was selected for the New Zealand Kiwis tour of Britain and France.

Edwards spent the New Zealand off-season in England, playing for the Rochdale Hornets from 1988/89 to 1990/91. He then played for the Oldham Bears during the 1991/92 season.[1]

Auckland Warriors[edit]

In 1995 he joined the new Auckland Warriors franchise in the Australian Rugby League. He played fourteen matches for the new club but was not re-signed for 1996. He also forced his way back into the Kiwis in 1995, being an unused substitution in the test against France and playing against Australia. Injury however stopped him making the 1995 Rugby League World Cup squad.

He was to join the Hunter Mariners in 1996 however the a court ruling during the Super League war stopped the launch of the club until 1997.[2]

Return to Canterbury[edit]

He currently resides in Christchurch and in 2005 he was named in the Canterbury Dream Team.[3] In 2007 he was to coach the Canterbury under-18 side alongside Mike Doreen before the competition was canceled by the New Zealand Rugby League.[4] In 2009 he is the Canterbury Bulls under 18 assistant coach, under Doreen.


  1. ^ Rochdale Hornets v Oldham Division 2, 1 December 1991
  2. ^ Bell eyes three The Mirror, 10 April 1996
  3. ^ South Island Kiwis Reunion 13 September 2005
  4. ^ Axeing of under-18 series leaves players reeling The Press, 19 June 2007

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