| Anthony Mullally|
| 111 kg|
| Denis Betts, Nathan Brown, Mitch Garbutt, Keith Galloway|
Anthony Mullally Wikipedia
Anthony Mullally (born 28 June 1991) is an Ireland rugby league international player who plays for Leeds Rhinos in the European Super League. He played for Ireland in the 2013 Rugby League World Cup.
Mullally started his career at Championship side Widnes Vikings in 2009 and was at the club when they won their licence to play in Super League in 2012.
At the end of the 2012 season after playing 17 games for the Vikings Mullally signed for Huddersfield Giants.
Mullally signed a 3-year deal with Huddersfield in 2013. The end of his first season with the Giants saw him earn a place in Ireland's World Cup squad. At the start of the 2014 season Mullally was sent on loan to strugglers Bradford Bulls for an initial one-month deal that was extended to a full season where he only made 6 appearances before they were relegated.
Mullally returned to the Giants in 2015 and continued to play for them until towards the end of the season where he was loaned to Wakefield Trinity Wildcats and made 8 appearances for them and played in the Million Pound Game. He left Huddersfield after making 41 appearances and scoring 20 times.
Mullally signed a three-year deal with the Rhinos from 2016. He made his unofficial début against New Zealand at Headingley in 2015.
Mullally was part of Ireland's 2013 Rugby League World Cup squad in which he featured in all three of there group games in which they lost all three.Million Pound Game: 2015