Greg Inglis

Greg Inglis

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Greg Inglis (born 15 January 1987 in Kempsey, New South Wales) is an Australian professional rugby league player for the South Sydney Rabbitohs. A Queensland State of Origin and Australian international representative outside back, Inglis joined the Rabbitohs in 2011 after much controversy.

Inglis is a versatile back, having played in several positions during his career. He originally played on the wing or in the centres. He even played at fullback when Billy Slater was unavailable. Between 2007 and early 2009 he played at five-eighth for the Melbourne Storm before he switched to centre when Brett Finch arrived at the Storm, where he played for the remainder of his time at the club until the end of 2010. Inglis' representative matches for Queensland and Australia have been as a winger or centre.

In November 2009, Inglis won the highly coveted Golden Boot Award as the world's best player – presented to him by Rugby League World magazine, becoming the third consecutive Storm player to win it, after Cameron Smith (2007) and Billy Slater (2008).

His cousins are Albert Kelly of the Cronulla Sharks, Beau Champion of the Melbourne Storm and Preston Campbell of the Gold Coast Titans.

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Inglis began playing rugby league at a very young age...
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