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Name  Paul March

Role  Coach
Paul March London Wasps v Bath Rugby Paul March looks on from the sidelines

Keighley Cougars Coach Paul March talks about his pre season 20th November 2012

Paul March (born 25 July 1979 in Thornhill, West Yorkshire) is an English former professional rugby league footballer and coach who played at club level for Wakefield Trinity (twice) (Heritage No. 1114), Huddersfield Giants, York City Knights, Hunslet Hawks and Keighley Cougars as a Stand-off, Scrum-half, or , Hooker, and coached at club level for York, Hunslet, Keighley and Thornhill Trojans ARLFC.


Paul started his career with Castleford but did not make an appearance.

Paul played much of the 2006 season at Stand-off for Huddersfield as captain Chris Thorman was out injured with an arm injury.

In 2006's Super League XI during the Huddersfield versus Catalans Dragons match, Paul injured his cruciate ligament and was ruled out for the rest of the season. He was released from his contract at Huddersfield without playing another game, and later signed for Wakefield Trinity for the 2007 season.

Paul became player/coach for York in 2008, leaving Wakefield Trinity after just one season, and in July 2009 he joined Championship 1 club Hunslet as player/coach. He later moved to Keighley, again as player/coach, leaving the club at the end of the 2016 season.

Genealogical information

Paul March is the twin brother of the rugby league footballer; David March.


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