Can you tell us a little bit about your sport?
Rugby League is a brilliant sport that is extremely inclusive. The sport is always wanting to grow and new comers are always welcome. The sport is a mixture of mental and physical toughness and one I would recommend to anyone. For me it is by far the best sport in the world and nothing can compare to it.
Why is Rugby League the sport for you, and how did you get into it?
Rugby League is all I have ever known. Going to Bradford Bulls games as a kid and playing my first game as an 8 year old are my earliest memories of being involved with the sport. I love the atmosphere around the game and the adrenaline that kicks in when walking out onto the pitch is something that I love to feel. The fact that everyone in the team is your mate too makes the game even better.
What does Varsity mean to you?
In the Rugby League society we see Varsity as the biggest game of the year. Especially this year with the match returning to Headingley Stadium. I believe our rivalry with Beckett is unmatched. As we beat them for the first time in 18 years this year they will be looking for revenge, but we want to inflict the pain on them that they have to us for so many years. Varsity is the best part of the sporting calendar in rugby league.