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Stuart Fielden has enjoyed a glittering career in the Rugby League world and his rapid development as a youngster saw the honours roll in at an early age.
Named as Young Rugby League Player of the Year as a Bradford Bulls player in 2000. Fielden’s aggressive approach makes him one of the most feared forwards in Rugby League.
Fielden enjoyed his last game as a Bulls player in 2006 when the Yorkshire side played in the World Club Challenge against the West Tigers. He was named man of the match and scored two tries against the NRL side.
Naturally Fieldens impressive form made him a definite choice for Great Britain and in 2007 he was named in Bradford’s team of the century.
In 2006 Stuart made the decision to join his former boss Brian Noble at the Warriors in a move which shocked Super League. Bradford and Wigan agreed a £450,000 deal making Fielden the most expensive cash only signing of the Super League era.
Fielding was instrumental in his first season in helping his new club stay in the Super League.
Since being a Warriors player he has added another Grand Final win to his growing list of honours which includes a World Club Challenge winners medal and two Challenge cups.
2010 was a disappointing year for the prop who suffered a double injury setback, after recovering successfully from a knee op-Fielden picked up a shoulder injury in training and missed the all but one game for the Warriors.
Stuarts talent is recognised in by the honours he has collected in his glittering career, once considered the best prop in the world, Stuart and the Warriors are excited to see his aggressive and fearsome attacking in the forthcoming Super League campaign.
Recent Games Played
|06/04/13||Super League||Castleford Tigers||24-40||Huddersfield Giants||Match Details|
|29/03/13||Super League||Salford City Reds||21-20||Huddersfield Giants||Match Details|
|22/03/13||Super League||Warrington Wolves||28-2||Huddersfield Giants||Match Details|
|16/03/13||Super League||Huddersfield Giants||24-10||Hull FC||Match Details|
|08/03/13||Super League||Leeds Rhinos||8-32||Huddersfield Giants||Match Details|
|24/02/13||Super League||Wakefield Wildcats||16-18||Huddersfield Giants||Match Details|
|16/02/13||Super League||Huddersfield Giants||22-10||Wigan Warriors||Match Details|
|10/02/13||Super League||Huddersfield Giants||34-6||London Broncos||Match Details|
|02/02/13||Super League||St Helens||4-40||Huddersfield Giants||Match Details|
|07/09/12||Super League||Wigan Warriors||18-26||St Helens||Match Details|
Huddersfield Giants Squad
- 1 Scott Grix Full Back
- 2 Luke George Winger
- 3 Leroy Cudjoe Centre
- 4 Joe Wardle Centre
- 5 Jermaine McGillvary Winger
- 6 Danny Brough Scrum Half
- 7 Luke Robinson Hooker
- 8 Eorl Crabtree Prop Forward
- 9 Shaun Lunt Hooker
- 10 Craig Kopczak Prop Forward
- 11 Brett Ferres Second Row
- 13 David Faiumu Loose Forward
- 14 Michael Lawrence Second Row
- 15 Larne Patrick Second Row
- 16 Jason Chan Second Row
- 17 Ukuma Ta'ai Prop Forward
- 18 Aaron Murphy Winger
- 19 Jamie Cording Centre
- 20 Jacob Fairbank Prop Forward
- 21 Dale Ferguson Second Row (On loan at Hull KR)
- 22 Anthony Mullally Prop Forward
- 23 Matthew Dawson Winger
- 24 Josh Johnson Prop Forward
- 25 Peter Aspinall Loose Forward
- 26 Nathan Mason Hooker
- 27 Ben Blackmore Scrum Half
- 28 Jake Connor Centre
- 29 Stuart Fielden Prop Forward
- Brad Dwyer
- Kruise Leeming
- Jack Miller