Billy Slater

Billy Slater

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Billy Slater (born 18 June 1983) in Nambour, Queensland is an Australian professional rugby league footballer for the Melbourne Storm of the National Rugby League (NRL). An Australian international and Queensland State of Origin representative fullback, he has played his whole NRL career to date at Melbourne. In 2008, Slater was voted the best player in the world, winning the Golden Boot Award and the RLIF Awards international player of the year. In 2009, he was the winner of the television game show Australia's Greatest Athlete as well as the Clive Churchill Medal. He successfully defended his title in the second series of Australia's Greatest Athlete. He holds the current tryscoring record for Storm with 115. He also shares the same birthday as fellow club, state and country teammate Cameron Smith.

Early career

Slater began playing rugby league for the Brothers club in Innisfail, Queensland at only four years old. He continued to make the Innisfail representative side every season until his final year with the club.

At fifteen years of age his passion for the game of Rugby League faltered so he quit to concentrate on one of his other passions, riding horses. He also worked with the famous Waterhouse stable.

Professional career

Slater commenced playing for the Melbourne Storm in 2003. He has consistently performed since then.

2004 season

Slater earnt his first representative honours with a berth on the wing in the Queensland State of Origin team. Slater had a...
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