Danny Arnold (rugby league)

Danny Arnold
Personal information
Born (1977-04-15) 15 April 1977 (age 40)
Warrington, England
Playing information
Position Fullback, Wing, Centre
1995-97St. Helens755010202
1998-2000Huddersfield Giants652900116
2000Castleford Tigers60000
2001-03Salford City Reds


Danny Arnold (given birth to 15 Apr 1977 in Warrington) is usually a retired professional rugby little league footballer who played in the 1990s, and 2000s representing in golf club level for St. Helens, Huddersfield Giants, Castleford Tigers, Salford Town Reds, and Halifax, like a fullback, Wing, or center.

Playing career

Arnold was signed by St. Helens from amateur membership Wigan St Judes on 15 Apr 1994 and produced his début on 10 Sept 1995 against Workington City.Probably one of the most memorable occasions of Arnold's profession was the hat-trick he scored against Wigan Warriors in Knowsley Street in 1996 where St Helens ran out 42-26 winners. Arnold also performed for St Helens within the wing in the 1996 Problem Cup Last at Wembley Stadium, London, rating a go in each fifty percent from the match, assisting his group to a 40-32 triumph against Bradford Bulls.During his time period at St Helens, Arnold earned two Challenge Glass final winners' medals (1996 and 1997), both finals against Bradford Bulls. He was also portion of Saints' Championship earning part of 1996.Arnold was a Scotland international and played in the 2000 Rugby Little league World Glass. He produced nine looks for the group between 1998 and 2003, rating eight tries.He currently takes on Rugby Union for Aspull RUFC [1] and is defined to get another international cover for the Aspull golf club in Warsaw, Poland.Danny took component inside a 10s rugby competition within the 4th June for 'A Troops Trip'. He masterminded a group of youthful emus to the ultimate as they earned all their fits and continued to win the ultimate in tough circumstances.