|Born|| 29 October 1993 |
Lismore, New South Wales, Australia
|Height||180 cm (5 ft 11 in)|
|Weight||104 kg (16 st 5 lb)|
As of 22 September 2015
By 22 Sept 2015Source: Caleb Binge (given birth to 29 Oct 1993) can be an Australian professional rugby group footballer for the Yellow metal Coast Titans from the National Rugby Group. He primarily performs prop.
Delivered in Lismore, New South Wales, Binge played his junior soccer for the Ballina Seagulls before getting signed with the Brisbane Broncos. Upon shifting to Brisbane, Binge went to Wavell State SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL. He symbolized Queensland Under 16's in '09 2009 and Queensland Under 18's in 2011. He performed for the Broncos' NYC group in 2011. In 2012, Binge became a member of the Gold Coastline Titans and performed because of their NYC team to 2013 before shifting with their Queensland Cup group, Tweed Minds Seagulls in 2014.
Gold Coast Titans
In Circular 14 from the 2014 NRL season, Binge produced his NRL debut for the Titans against the Melbourne Surprise from the interchange bench in the 24–20 loss at Cbus Super Stadium. Binge didn’t play in 1st grade again before Titans last match from the 2014 time of year in Circular 26 against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at Cbus Super Stadium, where he was a past due inclusion around the interchange bench following the retiring Titans basis participant Luke Bailey didn't get over a neck damage prior to the Titans return 19–18 golden stage extra time earn. Binge completed off his debut 12 months in the NRL with him playing in 2 fits for the Titans in the 2014 NRL time of year.
In October 2010, Binge's father, Chris, alleged that Binge was racially vilified by NRL player Timana Tahu at an Aboriginal knock-out carnival.