Dan Sarginson in Profile

We take a closer look at Dan Sarginson as the former Warrior returns

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Born in Perth, Australia – Sarginson was raised in London and made a try-scoring debut for Harlequins RL in a 2011 Challenge Cup win over Gateshead.

His form was rewarded with a call up for England Knights in 2012 when he scored two tries in two games.

He went on to play 50 times for the London outfit scoring 17 tries in total.

In 2014 Sarginson joined Wigan and enjoyed a fine debut season scooping the Club’s try of the Year award and playing in his first Grand Final.

A full England call-up was his reward at the end of the season, he went on to play against Australia and New Zealand assisting Ryan Hall for tries in both games.

He made a further 20 Wigan appearances in 2015 but an injury in July cut short his campaign meaning his missed out on a second Grand Final in as many years.

In 2016 Sarginson came roaring back when he made the most carries in Super League (530), the third most offloads (48) and the sixth highest metres (3561).

His performance in the 2016 Grand Final was special!

276 metres from 31 carries, 5 offloads, 5 tackle busts and one try assist - his lofted kick putting Josh Charnley over for THAT try!

He went on to feature again for England in the 2016 Four Nations.

After one season with Gold Coast Titans, he returns to Wigan in 2018 thirsty for more success!