Bryn Hargreaves

Bryn Hargreaves

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Bryn Hargreaves

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Bryn Hargreaves (born November 14, 1985) is an English rugby league player with Super League team Bradford Bulls .

Bryn Hargreaves played prop forward in the Wigan Academy since 2002. He made his first team debut from the subs' bench against Salford City Reds in July 2004 and his full debut against London Broncos in August of that year. Hargreaves was given a 2-year full-time contract with the Wigan Warriors in August 2004. Hargreaves capped the 2004 season by being awarded the Under-21s Billie Joe Edwards and Craig Johnson Memorial Player of the Year trophy.

Hargreaves was selected to play for Lancashire in the 2004 Academy Origin Series and in the England Under 18s squad that toured Australia in 2004 but was requested to stay at home to aid Wigan's injury crisis. He really impressed in the first team in 2005 when injuries to more experienced players provided an opportunity for the 20 year old to establish himself within the first team squad.

Hargreaves is notably the only prop forward not to conceded a penalty under Ian Millward's tenure.

In July 2006 Bryn moved to Leigh Centurions for an initial months loan so that Wigan could complete the signing of Stuart Fielden.Commenting on the loan Wigan Chairman Maurice Lindsay said, "Bryn is a fine player and I'm sure his time will come in the future. He is not in our first team at the moment although he did a fine job earlier in the year. We have allowed him to go to Leigh to get further experience and we wish him good...
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