January 15, 1987 - 2016

born in kempsy on the 15th of january 1987

career start


Inglis played for Melbourne during 2005's pre-season in a trial match against the Brisbane Broncos, scoring a try in the Storm's win.

career 2nd year


Season 2006 saw Inglis continue to play primarily in the fullback role as his counterpart Billy Slater was suspended after he began the season at centre. Inglis was chosen as goalkicker for the Storm

career 3rd year


In 2007, In the opening month of the 2007 NRL Season, Inglis failed to score a try. In Round 4, Inglis sustained a knee injury against the Newcastle Knights in the 22-12 win at Hunter Stadium

career 4th year


Inglis had shoulder surgery in the 2007–2008 off-season, and consequently missed the opening 2 rounds of the 2008 NRL Season. Inglis returned in the Round 3 clash with the Sydney Roosters, which the Storm lost 10–6 at SFS, giving them their first consecutive losses since Round 3 and 4 of the 2006 NRL Season Inglis was selected on the wing in the Australian team for the historical Centenary Test against New Zealand

career 5th year


At the start of the 2009 season Inglis attracted a lot of attention due to how much weight he'd gained since the previous season, having bulked from 99 kg up to 110 kg, making him one of the biggest players in the game.[citation needed] Inglis scored the first try of the season for 2009 against St George Illawarra as well as being one of the best on ground. Inglis scored the match winning field goal to win the game for the Storm, 17–16 at Olympic Park. In doing so, he had not only ruined Wayne Bennett's last game in charge of the Brisbane Broncos

career 6th year


Although selected for the Indigenous All Stars side to face the NRL All Stars in the inaugural All Stars match on 13 February, Inglis was ruled out due to a hip injury.[81] Inglis recovered in time to play for the Storm in their victory over the Super League champions Leeds Rhinos in the 2010 World Club Challenge which the Storm won, 18–10 In Round 4 against the Penrith Panthers, Inglis played his 100th NRL match in the Storms' 16-10 win at Penrith Stadium. For the 2010 Anzac Test, Inglis was selected to play for Australia at centre in their 12-8 victory against New Zealand at AAMI Park.

career 7th year


Inglis was named in the Indigenous All-Stars side for the second annual NRL All-Stars game. However, his off-season surgery forced him to miss both the All-Stars game for the second consecutive year, as well as the annual Charity Shield game between Souths and reigning NRL Premiers St. George Illawarra Dragons.[109] Inglis made his Rabbitohs debut on the opening night of the 2011 NRL season scoring a try in a 29–40 loss to traditional rivals the Sydney Roosters at SFS.

career 8th year


glis began the 2012 season with his third selection in the Indigenous All-Stars squad,[123] however, due to injury in 2010 and 2011, it was his first All-Star appearance. Inglis scored a try in a thrilling 36–28 loss to the NRL All Stars and also suffered an ankle injury.[124] Due to lack of quality ball, new Rabbitohs coach and former Melbourne assistant Michael Maguire shifted Inglis from the centres to his original position at fullback in the Round 3 game against the Penrith Panthers. Inglis excelled there, assisting in the Rabbitohs 40-24 win at Penrith Stadium.[125] Following his performance, Inglis became the regular fullback for the Rabbitohs. Inglis's abilities at fullback were demonstrated with him kicking a game winning field goal against the Wests Tigers in Round 5 in the Rabbitohs 17-16 win

career 9th year


Inglis played for Australia at centre and scored a try in the 2013 Anzac Test 32-12 victory against New Zealand at Canberra Stadium.[136] Inglis played at centre in all three games, and scored a try in Game 2 of the 2013 State of Origin series in the 26-6 win.[137] Queensland won the series, extending their record for consecutive series victories to eight. Inglis also continued his dominance in the fullback role for South Sydney, scoring 14 tries in 20 matches in the 2013 NRL season

career 10th year


In 2014 Greg Inglis took a massive hit on the footy fields. In 2014 Inglis continued playing strongly at club level in the fullback position but was selected for both the 2014 Anzac Test and the 2014 State of Origin series in his old position of centre. In Round 21 against the Newcastle Knights at Barlow Park in Cairns, after Rabbitohs captain John Sutton was ruled out with injury, Inglis was selected to captain the Rabbitohs to make his first match captaining a side, Inglis scored a try and lead the Rabbitohs to an impressive 50-10 win.[140] Towards the end of the 2014 NRL season an injury to Rabbitohs captain John Sutton saw Inglis spend some time in the role. In the Rabbitohs Preliminary Final match against the Sydney Roosters, Inglis played in 200th NRL career match in the 32-22 win, sending the Rabbitohs into the Grand Final.[141] On 5 October 2014, in the Rabbitohs 2014 NRL Grand Final match against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, Inglis played at fullback and scored the final try off the match, doing his trademark Goanna walk try celebration in the Rabbitohs 30-6 victory

career 11th year


On 20 January 2015, Inglis was appointed captain of the South Sydney Rabbitohs, taking over from previous skipper John Sutton due to an incident that involved Sutton in Arizona.[146][147] In January 2015, Australian rugby sevens coach Geraint John revealed plans to sign NRL players for the 2016 Olympics and mentioned Inglis by name.[148][149] A quote from Inglis in February 2015 in which he stated he was considering his options beyond 2015 sparked interest from several football codes.[150] In March 2015, it was revealed that French rugby union club Toulouse had offered Inglis a contract worth $1.5 million a year.[151] On 13 February 2015, Inglis was selected at fullback for Indigenous All Stars for the 2015 Harvey Norman Rugby League All Stars match at Cbus Super Stadium.

career 12th year


On 19 January, after Johnathan Thurston withdrew from the Indigenous All Stars squad, Inglis was appointed as the new captain for the team.[159] On 13 February, Inglis played at fullback against the World All Stars team, in the 12-8 loss at Suncorp Stadium.[160]

Inglis started the 2016 NRL season playing fullback. After an inconsistent display in the opening 9 rounds the season, Australian Test coach Mal Meninga selected Inglis at centre, with fellow Queensland Origin team-mate and close friend Darius Boyd being selected to play at fullback for the 2016 Anzac Test. Inglis scored a try in the 16-0 win.[161] Following the Trans-Tasman Test match, Souths coach Michael Maguire shifted Inglis to five-eighth for the Round 10 match against the Parramatta Eels, with Luke Keary moving to the bench.[162] This was his third positional change in 2 weeks[