Lee Oudenryn

  • Name:
    Lee Oudenryn
    Date of Birth:
    Place of Birth:
    Wee Waa, New South Wales
    90 kg
    • Australia
    Current Status:
    Police Detective in Palmerston North
    Warriors #:
    Warriors Debut (Date and Match Details):
    6th July 1997 vs Cronulla Sharks
    Signed From:
    Gold Coast Seagulls
    • Winger
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    Made his debut for the Eels shortly after his switch from playing soccer.

    A noted speedster, Oudenryn gained a reputation as the fastest player in rugby league when he defeated Great Britain winger Martin Offiah, generally regarded at the time to be the fastest player, by half a metre in a 100-metre sprint race prior to the Parramatta vs Great Britain match played at Parramatta Stadium during the 1992 Great Britain Lions tour of Australasia (which Parramatta won 22-16).

    He spent one season at the Seagulls before signing with the Warriors where he spent 4 years. Scored 23 tries in 61 games for the club. Played out the 2001 season at North Queensland Cowboys before retiring.
    • 1992–95 Parramatta Eels
    • 1996 Gold Coast Seagulls
    • 1997–00 Auckland Warriors
    • 2001 Nth. Qld. Cowboys
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