We create alphabetical dream teams from all the players in the Super League era.
It is now time for a dream XIII from all the players whose last name begin with O…
1 Gareth O’Brien
O’Brien made his professional debut for Warrington in 2011 in a 80-0 Challenge Cup victory over Keighley, and has gone on to make more than 200 appearances in the game for the likes of St Helens, Widnes, Salford, Toronto and most recently Castleford.
2 Richard Owen
Owen made an impressive start to his Super League career for Castleford in 2008, scoring 13 tries in 24 games. He also went on to feature for Wakefield, Leigh and Doncaster before retiring in 2019.
3 Michael Oldfield
The Tonga international featured in two seasons in the Super League for Catalans, joining from NRL’s Sydney Roosters. In 2014, Oldfield scored 12 tries in 17 games, and eventually returned Down Under with South Sydney Rabbitohs in 2016. He is currently contracted with Parramatta Eels in 2021.
4 Hefin O’Hare
O’Hare switched codes from Leeds Carnegie to Leeds Rhinos in 1999, and went on to play for Huddersfield in 2000-2005, before returning to union with Glasgow Warriors.
5 Martin Offiah
Offiah is one of the most prolific try scorers in the sport, making more than 400 appearances across spells with Widnes, Eastern Suburbs, St George Illawarra Dragons, Wigan, London Broncos and Salford.
6 Danny Orr
The now-Salford assistant coach played the majority of his career at Castleford, while also appearing for Wigan and Harlequins between, racking up more than 400 appearances while also winning caps for England and Great Britain.
7 Sam Obst
Australian Obst joined Whitehaven in 2004 and was voted National League One Player of the Year, and was quickly snapped up by Wakefield where he made more than 130 appearances. The former Sydney Roosters player also represented Hull FC and Keighley.
8 Terry O’Connor
O’Connor featured for Salford, Wigan and Widnes in the Super League, while also winning caps for Great Britain and Ireland and can now be found on Sky Sports as a regular pundit for the sport.
9 Adam O’Brien
The current Huddersfield number nine began his career at Bradford, making his first-team debut in 2011 against the Giants. At just 27-years-old, O’Brien has already made more than 200 career appearances and is still impressing at the John Smith’s Stadium.
10 Mark O’Meley
The former Australia and New South Wales representative was signed by Hull FC ahead of the 2010 season along with teammate Craig Fitzgibbon and Jordan Tansey. O’Meley was selected to represent Exiles in 2011, and made close to 100 Hull appearances.
11 Luke O’Donnell
O’Donnell represented New South Wales, NRL All Stars and Australia before making the switch to the Super League with Huddersfield from North Queensland Cowboys for the 2011 season. He made 27 appearances across two seasons for the Giants.
12 Tom Olbison
The 30-year-0ld last featured for Toronto, and made 145 appearances for Bradford between 2009 and 2016. The back-rower also made more than 50 appearances for Widnes across two seasons.
13 Sean O’Loughlin
Former Wigan skipper O’Loughlin hung up his boots at the end of the 2020 season, bringing a 19-season career with the club to an end. He made his debut in 2002 after coming through the youth system and went on to captain club and country, winning 22 caps for England and 11 for Great Britain.