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Rugby league hooker

Born: June 18, 1983 (age 37 years), Brisbane, Australia

Career end: 2021

Spouse: Barbara Smith (m. 2011)

Children: Jasper Smith, Matilda Smith, Jada Smith

Dates joined: 2006 (Australia national rugby league team), 2003 (Queensland rugby league team), 2002 (Melbourne Storm)

Awards: Dally M Medal, Dally M Award Player of the Year

Smith has three children with his long-term partner Barbara Johnson, whom he married in late 2011: two daughters and a son, he also supports the Hawthorn Football Club, and is an avid car enthusiast who is an ambassador for Holden Special Vehicles as well as an ambassador for the Ovarian Cancer Awareness campaign.

Smith was born on 18 June 1983 in Logan, Queensland, Australia. He attended Marsden State High School.

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Cameron Smith 10 Fast Facts, Biography, Wiki

Former Queensland and Australian Rugby League Captain Cameron Smith is the most decorated rugby league player in the global history of the sport.

Kickstarting his career back in in 2002, he has played over 400 NRL games, remarkably producing his best, most consistent season at the age of 34.

The dual Dally M medallist has played 50 Test matches for Australia, and 42 State of Origin games for Queensland, winning 11 series.

Born in Brisbane, Cameron Smith played for Logan Brothers as a child before progressing through the Brisbane Norths junior system.

Debuting for the Melbourne Storm as a halfback in 2002, Cameron soon found a home as hooker, leading the Melbourne Storm to seven grand finals and Queensland to a record twelve State of Origin titles in thirteen years.

In 2007, Cameron Smith claimed the mantle of the world’s best player and in the following five years won every individual and collective honour in the game, including the Golden Boot for International Player of the Year, Dally M Medal, Wally Lewis Medal, NRL Grand Final, State of Origin Series, Tri Nations and Four Nations Tournaments and the Rugby League World Cup.

Cameron’s unrivalled form continued in 2013 when he awarded Dally M Hooker of the Year, Dally M Captain of the Year and Dally M Representative Player of the Year.

To cap another incredible season, he went on to guide Australia to victory in the 2013 Rugby League World Cup.

In March 2015, Cameron agreed to terms on a four-year contract extension with Storm.

Defying all odds, in 2017, aged 34, he enjoyed an incredibly successful season – captaining Melbourne Storm to the NRL Minor Premiership and Premiership, Queensland to another State of Origin series and Australia to victory in the Rugby League World Cup.

Individually he was crowned Melbourne Storm Player of the Year, Dally M Medallist for the NRL’s Player of the Year and he collected the Golden Boot for best player in the world, along the way breaking the record for most games played in the NRL (356).

In 2018 Cameron Smith sent shockwaves across rugby league by retiring from representative football – thereby relinquishing his Queensland and Australia captaincy roles.

While depleting the stocks of the Maroons and Kangaroos, Melbourne Storm reaped the benefits with Cameron leading the club to a third consecutive NRL Grand Final.

In 2019 he broke the NRL’s all-time points scoring record and bypassed the magical 400 NRL game-barrier, an achievement many thought would never happen and most agree will never happen again.

Defying all odds, he then led Melbourne Storm to their third minor premiership in four years – the best performance by any NRL side since the 1959 St George Dragons.

A hugely influential person on the field and a humble statesman off it, Cameron Smith’s legacy continues to live on as one of the greatest and most influential Australian athletes of all time.