A long awaited announcement on his future, that it is time to move on at the end of this season.
is a Lebanese-Australian professional rugby league footballer for the Bulldogs club of the National Rugby League. In 2009 he took the record for the highest-ever point scorer in NRL history. Also an international and State of Origin representative player, his usual position is winger, but he has also played at fullback.
Hazem El Masri: Thanks for the memories
One of the greats of our game, Hazem El Masri will hang up his boots at the end of this season, capping off an amazing career which has stretched since 1996 and has seen the great man become the NRL’s all time leading point scorer.
A great clubman, Hazem has eclipsed many records at the Bulldogs, including playing the most games and naturally scoring the most tries and goals for the club. Hazem’s great career has also made an impact on the representative scene with him successfully representing City Origin, the NSW Blues, Lebanon in the 2000 Rugby League World Cup, and the highest honour for any player, representing the Australian Kangaroos.
Now as his glorious career comes to a close, it is our time to thank Hazem for the memories. Fill out a tribute using the links below, and to make sure you get to the Bulldogs v Warriors in what could be his last home game for the Bulldogs!