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Todd Lowrie

  • Name:
    Todd Lowrie
    Date of Birth:
    14th July 1983
    Place of Birth:
    Scone, NSW, Australia
    98 kg
    • Australia
    Current Status:
    Coach of the Newcastle Knight NYC team
    Warriors #:
    Warriors Debut (Date and Match Details):
    Saturday, March 9th, 2013 vs Parrammatta Eels
    Junior Club:
    Scone Thoroughbreds
    Signed From:
    Melbourne Storm
    • Second Row
    • Lock
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    A Scone Thoroughbreds junior, Lowrie began his career with the Newcastle Knights between 2003 and 2006.

    He joined the Parramatta Eels in 2007. After a few extensive injuries to the Parramatta Eels squad Lowrie was given a chance in the first-grade run on side, he played almost every game of the 2009 season and has proved himself to be a valuable and hard-working asset to the team.

    The Melbourne Storm announced the signing of Todd Lowrie for the 2010 and 2011 seasons. He played in their 2012 Grand Final victory over Canterbury-Bankstown.

    In 2013, Lowrie signed the New Zealand Warriors for two seasons. After the 2013 season Lowrie was released on compassionate grounds.

    After his release from the Warriors, Lowrie was signed by the Brisbane Broncos. Just two days before the Broncos 2014 match against the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, Lowrie commented on Brookvale Oval, labelling it a "shithole", claiming that "the [field is] heavy, muddy and boggy". On the night of the game, Lowrie was interchanged into the match and met with a chorus of boos from the Manly fans. He played 18 games for the Broncos in the 2014 NRL season but did not play a first grade game in 2015, instead playing for the Norths Devils in the Queensland Cup.

    On 25 July 2015, Lowrie signed a one-year contract to return to the Newcastle Knights starting in 2016. However, on 6 November 2015, before playing a game, he announced his retirement from rugby league to instead take up the Knights' NYC head coaching role.

    • 2003 Newcastle Knight
    • 2007 Parramatta Eels
    • 2010 Melbourne Storm
    • 2012 Premiership Winners
    • 2013 New Zealand Warriors
    • 2014 Brisbane Broncos
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