Danny Washbrook

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Player Details

PositionLoose Forward | Second Row
ClubHull FC
Squad Number30

Recent Games Played

28/09/2018Super LeagueWigan 14 - 12 Hull FC
22/09/2018Super LeagueHull FC 20 - 26 Catalans
14/09/2018Super LeagueSt Helens 38 - 12 Hull FC
07/09/2018Super LeagueHull FC 8 - 28 Castleford
30/08/2018Super LeagueWarrington 80 - 10 Hull FC



Washbrook is a product of the Hull FC Academy and spent most of his career with in Humberside, playing for club for seven seasons. Washbrook was promoted to the Hull FC senior side in 2005 and made four first team appearances in his first season. He made his first team debut in Hull’s 44-6 home win over eventual Superleague X league leaders St Helens. 

Washbrook became a first team regular for Hull from 2006, making 20 starts for the club and scoring two tries in wins against Warrington and Salford. Hull finished second thanks to 20 wins over the season, 14 of which featuring Washbrook at Loose Forward. Washbrook featured in all of FC’s playoff matches including the Grand Final defeat to St Helens at the end of the season. 

Washbrook kept up his regular first team appearances for Hull in 2007 playing 25 games. He scored the only try in FC’s 42-6 defeat to local rivals Hull Kingston Rovers on September 2nd. 

During the 2008 pre season, Washbrook suffered a posterior cruciate knee ligament in training and was ruled out for two months but played Hull’s opening games of the Superleague XIII season and went on to play 26 games over the season. Washbrook scored 5 tries including three in three consecutive games against Huddersfield, Hull KR and Harlequins. 

In 2009 he was plagued by recurring problems from the ligament damage he had suffered the previous year and only made 10 appearances. He spent much of the 08/09 seasons playing in the Stand Off position for Hull. Washbrook went on to make regular appearances for Hull during his final two seasons including playing, and scoring, in Hull’s crushing 52-16 defeat of Salford City Reds on July 8th.

On 19th September 2011 it was announced that Washbrook would join Wakefield on a three year deal. 


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10/02/201808:45Super LeagueWigan Warriors24 - 10Hull FC
17/02/201806:45St George Illawarra24 - 18Hull FC
24/02/201815:15Super LeagueCastleford Tigers28 - 18Hull FC
02/03/201819:45Super LeagueHull FC21 - 12Warrington Wolves
08/03/201819:45Super LeagueLeeds Rhinos20 - 16Hull FC
16/03/201820:00Super LeagueSalford Red Devils24 - 8Hull FC
23/03/201819:45Super LeagueHull FC42 - 16Catalan Dragons
30/03/201812:50Super LeagueHull KR22 - 30Hull FC
02/04/201815:00Super LeagueHull FC27 - 26Wakefield Trinity
06/04/201819:45Super LeagueSt Helens26 - 12Hull FC
12/04/201819:45Super LeagueWidnes Vikings20 - 39Hull FC
10/05/201819:35Challenge CupFeatherstone Rovers20 - 38Hull FC
25/05/201819:45Super LeagueWarrington Wolves30 - 12Hull FC
03/06/201815:30Challenge CupSt Helens25 - 22Hull FC
08/06/201819:45Super LeagueHull FC45 - 14Salford Red Devils
16/06/201817:00Super LeagueHull FC10 - 14Wigan Warriors
29/06/201819:45Super LeagueHull FC31 - 24Widnes Vikings
05/07/201819:45Super LeagueHuddersfield Giants29 - 18Hull FC
27/07/201819:45Super LeagueHull FC16 - 20Hull KR
10/08/201819:45Super LeagueHull FC13 - 31Wakefield Trinity
17/08/201819:45Super LeagueHuddersfield Giants26 - 6Hull FC
30/08/201819:45Super LeagueWarrington Wolves80 - 10Hull FC
07/09/201819:45Super LeagueHull FC8 - 28Castleford Tigers
14/09/201819:45Super LeagueSt Helens38 - 12Hull FC
22/09/201817:00Super LeagueHull FC20 - 26Catalan Dragons
28/09/201819:45Super LeagueWigan Warriors14 - 12Hull FC