Scott Logan

Scott Logan

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Scott Logan (born 22 June 1976) is an Australian professional rugby league player for the Canberra Raiders. His position is prop. He has been described as, "one of the most durable props of the modern era."

Playing career

Scott Logan started his football career at Brisbane Easts junior club, before making his first-team debut 1996 for the Sydney Roosters against North Queensland. He played with the Roosters for 6 years.

In 2000, Logan made his international debut by representing Scotland in the World Cup. He stayed at the Sydney Roosters until 2001 when he signed a contract with European Super League side Hull. He spent three years at Hull but he suffered a series of injuries one being a badly broken ankle which took him almost a year to recover from. In 2004 he returned to Australia to play for the NRL side South Sydney Rabbitohs for two years before agreeing a two-year deal with the European Super League side Wigan Warriors.

Logan played just one season with the Wigan Warriors in 2006 as he was one of a number of players released by Wigan at the end of the 2006 season; he signed a contract with Canberra Raiders for 2007. Following a very strong two seasons with the Raiders, being named the club's player of the year in 2007, Logan earned a contract extension, which will take to the end of 2009.

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