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Jon Grayshon

Jon Grayshon
Personal information
Full name Jonathan Grayshon
Nickname Jonny, Graysh
Born (1983-05-10) May 10, 1983 (age 31)
Bradford, Yorkshire, England
Height 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m)
Weight 16 st 8 lb (105 kg)
Playing information
Position Prop, Second-row
Club
Years Team Pld T G FG P
2001–2006 Huddersfield Giants 53 20
2006 Batley Bulldogs loan loan
2007–2009 Harlequins RL 38 16
Total 0 0 0

Jon Grayshon (born 10 May 1983 in Bradford, Yorkshire) is an English rugby league player. Grayshon plays for Featherstone Rovers where he was signed from Harlequins RL in the European Super League. Grayshon has formerly played for Huddersfield Giants, and Batley Bulldogs. In 2009 he spent most of the year on loan at the Widnes Vikings.

Jon Grayshon's usual position is prop-forward. He can also operate in the second row.

At one stage in the past, the Huddersfield Giants pack had the 199 cm tall and 115 kg prop Grayshon and the 2 metre plus Wayne McDonald. They partnered another monster in the Giants pack with 198 cm and 117 kg prop Eorl Crabtree making the Giants a brutal team.

Jonny Grayshon has made an impressive start to his Quins career, becoming a fans favourite with his workrate and carries. As a lean and gangly figure he makes impressive go forwards and is a willing defender. He also has got a turn of pace for a big man.

References

External links

  • Profile at featherstonerovers.net
  • Quins RL profile
  • Always seems to be a lot of movement for the London club
  • Quins land young British trio
  • Injury-hit Giants turn to youth
  • 2005-06 Season Statistics


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