Cameron Smith

Cameron Smith

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Cameron Smith (born 18 June 1983 in Brisbane, Queensland) is an Australian professional rugby league footballer for the Melbourne Storm of the National Rugby League. An Australian international and Queensland State of Origin representative hooker, he has played his whole NRL career to date with the Storm with whom he won the 2006 Dally M Medal. He also played in the winning side of both 2007 and 2009 NRL grand finals. The Storm were stripped of both titles in 2010 for salary cap breaches. Also in 2007 Smith was awarded the Wally Lewis Medal for player of that year's State of Origin series and the Golden Boot award for best international player in the world. He also shares the same birthday as fellow club, state and country teammate Billy Slater.

Playing career

As a youth smith was hooker for the Logan Brothers Junior Rugby League Club, Logan City, Queensland. There he attended Marsden State High School. By Matt Marshall (The Daily Telegraph 23 April 2009) After scoring 188 points for the Norths Devils in the Queensland Cup he moved up to the NRL with the Melbourne Storm club.

In 2003 the Queensland rugby league team were without a specialist hooker. After experimenting with different players in the position for the first two matched of the series and losing both, Smith was named at hooker for the third match and until and including the final match of the 2009 series, no other player has worn the...
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