Mexico playing for the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks in 2014.
21 May 1989 |
Lae, Papua New Guinea
|Height||183 cm (6 ft 0 in)|
|Weight||106 kg (16 st 10 lb)|
|As of 18 April 2017
Born in Lae, Papua New Guinea, Mexico played his junior football for Lae school Boys(Bungandi secondary school),local team Kamkumung Crushers before joining Intercity team the Lae Bombers, Enga Mioks, Master Mark City Rangers, Snax Tigers and Rabaul Gurias in the Papua New Guinea National Rugby League.
In 2013, Mexico had a short stints with Redcliffe Dolphins in the Instrust Supper Cup, Queensland Australia.
In 2015, Mexico made the switch to Newcastle Thunder in England (League 1), and then signed a two-year (2016-2017) contract with Sheffield Eagles ( Kingston press championship)
In 2005, Mexico played for the PNGRFL Junior Kumuls, (U16) School Boys Rugby League World Cup In Moscow.
In 2008, Mexico selected in the train on squad for PNGRFL Kumuls, for the Rugby League World Cup in Australia.
In 2010, Mexico selected in the train on squad for the PNGRFL Kumuls, for the Rugby League Four Nation in Australia.
In 2011, Mexico played for the PNGRFL Emerging Kumuls.
In 2013, Mexico played for the PNGRFL Residents Kumuls against the NRL South Sydney Rabbitohs. He also played for the PNGRFL Prime Minister's XIII national team against the Australia Prime Minister's XIII.
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