Skipper James Graham is aware of the Bulldogs situation as they head into this week’s clash with the Eels and the remaining eight games of the r...
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Josh Reynolds and James Graham take a light hearted look at our win over the Dragons in round 9 from the 2014 season.
Captain James Graham has spoken ahead of his return from a knee injury about the frustration of being on the sideline and Monday's game v the Dragons.
James Graham returns to the team this weekend in a huge boost for the Bulldogs and his teammates are certainly happy to have the skipper back.
- Date of Birth: 10-09-1985
- Height: 188
- Weight: 106
- Position: Prop
- Rep. Honours: Great Britain/England (2006-Present).
- Junior Clubs: St Helens Crusaders/Blackbrook ARLFC
- FG Debut: St Helens v Castleford, August 2003.
Graham was already a seasoned player by the time he hit Australian shores having notched up 220 appearances in the English Super League with St Helens, scoring 51 tries with a 75% win rate.
Graham has already had leadership experience after captaining the England Academy in a famous series victory in Australia in 2004.
James Graham joined the Bulldogs in 2012, playing in 26 matches during the season and playing a major part in the sides Minor Premiership and Grand Final Appearance.
In 2013 Graham was awarded the Dr George Peponis Medal after being judged to have made the most outstanding on field contribution to the Bulldogs over the course of the NRL season by his team mates and coaching staff.
Graham played 18 games in 2013 making 306 hit-ups for 2302m, 24 tackle breaks, 3 line breaks, 2 try-assists, 3 line break assists, 598 tackles, 2 tries, averaged 61 minutes and had a 94.8% tackle efficiency.
James was also selected to represent England at the 2013 Rugby League World Cup.