Willie Peters

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Willie Peters
Personal information
Born (1979-03-01) 1 March 1979 (age 38)
Sydney, Australia
Height 166cm (5 ft 5 in)
Weight 75 kg (165 lb)
Playing information
Position Halfback/Scrum-half
Club
Years Team Pld T G FG P
1997–98 South Sydney Rabbitohs 18 2 0 0 8
1999 Gateshead Thunder 27 11 1 6 52
2000 Wigan Warriors 29 15 5 6 76
2001–02 St George Illawarra Dragons 38 13 0 5 57
2003–04 South Sydney Rabbitohs 20 2 3 1 15
2004 Widnes Vikings 9 3 0 2 14
Total 141 46 9 20 222
As of 05:59, 6 September 2008 (UTC)

Willie Peters (born (1979-03-01) 1 March 1979 (age 38) in Sydney) is a former Halfback/Scrum-half who played for South Sydney Rabbitohs [1]. While playing for Souths, coach Craig Coleman declared that Peters could be the next Peter Sterling[2]. He has also played for the St George Illawarra Dragons as well as in England for the Widnes Vikings. Because of his Greek background, he was eligible to represent the Greece national In 2016 Willie is the Weststigers NYC coachsupport staff.

Peters played for the Wigan Warriors at scrum half back in their 2000 Super League Grand Final loss against St Helens R.F.C..

On 15 September 2017, it was revealed by Fox Sports that Peters had been terminated as Manly's assistant coach after an altercation with The NRL clubs high performance director Dan Ferris at a local pub [3].

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