|Caro playing for Hull KR in 2014|
7 March 1991 |
|Height||6 ft 3 in (191 cm)|
|Weight||16 st 10 lb (106.1 kg; 234.0 lb)|
|As of 24 July 2016|
Omari Caro (born 7 March 1991 in Hammersmith) is an English born Jamaican professional rugby league footballer who currently plays for Bradford Bulls in the Championship and at international level for Jamaica. He previously played for London Broncos and Hull Kingston Rovers in the Super League and spent time on loan at Gateshead Thunder in League One. His usual position is Wing. Caro is known for his pace, having won "Super League's fastest man" in 2012, with a time of 10.28 seconds for 90 metres while carrying a ball.
Caro joined the Bradford Bulls for the rest of the 2015 season.
2015 - 2015
He featured in Round 21 (Sheffield Eagles) to Round 23 (Halifax RLFC). Caro played in Qualifier 2 (Wakefield Wildcats) to Qualifier 5 (Hull KR) then in Qualifier 7 (Halifax RLFC). He scored against Leigh Centurions (3 tries), Halifax RLFC (1 try) and Widnes Vikings (1 try).
2016 - 2016
Omari featured in Round 1 (Featherstone Rovers) to Round 4 (Leigh Centurions) then in Round 6 (Batley Bulldogs) to Round 16 (Dewsbury Rams). Caro played in Round 20 (Leigh Centurions) then in Round 22 (Oldham Roughyeds) to Round 23 (Featherstone Rovers). Caro played in the Challenge Cup in the 4th Round (Dewsbury Rams). He scored against Featherstone Rovers (3 tries), Swinton Lions (3 tries), Leigh Centurions (2 tries), Batley Bulldogs (1 try), Dewsbury Rams (3 tries, 3 goals), Sheffield Eagles (1 try), Workington Town (2 tries) and Oldham Roughyeds (5 tries). Midway through the season Caro signed an extension keeping him at the Bulls until 2017.
Statistics do not include pre-season friendlies.
|2015 Bradford Bulls||8||5||0||0||20|
|2016 Bradford Bulls||19||20||3||0||86|
Omari Caro made his début for Jamaica playing Centre in the 4-40 defeat by United States in the 2013 Rugby League World Cup qualifying match at Campbell's Field, Camden, New Jersey on Sunday 23 October 2011. In 2015, Caro played for Jamaica in their 2017 Rugby League World Cup qualifiers.
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