Danny Buderus - Opposition Teams - Rugby League Project A stats breakdown of opposing teams for The Knights graded this Taree junior, Trent Barrett’s halfback partner with the Australian Schoolboys in 1995, as a halfback/centre in 1996. Danny Buderus - Opposite Numbers - Rugby League Project A stats breakdown of positional head to head opponents for The Knights graded this Taree junior, Trent Barrett’s halfback partner with the Australian Schoolboys in 1995, as a halfback/centre in 1996. Danny Buderus. Although Newcastle players were rested from the one-off Test against Papua New Guinea in October, Buderus appeared in all three Test matches on the shorted Kangaroo Tour following the injury to Penrith’s Craig Gower and the decision not to send a back-up hooker. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Danny Buderus (born 6 February 1978) is an Australian rugby league commentator, coach and former professional footballer who played in the 1990s, 2000s and 2010s. Full breakdown of statistics for rugby league's Danny Buderus. Newcastle coach Mal Reilly suggested the positional change – resulting in the Newcastle hooker becoming the wildcard selection in the Australian Test team in 2001. Danny Buderus - Positions - Rugby League Project A stats breakdown of positions played by The Knights graded this Taree junior, Trent Barrett’s halfback partner with the Australian Schoolboys in 1995, as a halfback/centre in 1996. Jump on the forums. Like us on Facebook. Buderus captained NSW to Origin success in 2005 but after the Knights struggled through an injury-ravaged season and finished with the wooden spoon the veteran hooker led Australia against Great Britain (20-6 winners in Wigan) and into the 24-0 loss to NZ in the Tri-Nations final. Chosen in the Australian team for the Tri Nations competition in England, Buderus captained Australia in two Tests against Great Britain during the competition - thus becoming the Knights’ third Test captain after Paul Harragon and Andrew Johns. In 2004 Buderus represented Australia in the ANZac Test before leading NSW to victory in the State of Origin series. Menu. Summary; Opposite Numbers; Opposition Teams; Positions; See also: Coaching Career; Career Stats & Summary . The Knights graded this Taree junior, Trent Barrett’s halfback partner with the Australian Schoolboys in 1995, as a halfback/centre in 1996. Vital Statistics Born Monday, 6th February, 1978 Current Age 42 years and 183 days Place Of Birth Taree, New South Wales, Australia Awards & Accolades Dally M Hooker Of The Year 2002, … Buderus had a great game for Country Origin and despite being overlooked by State selectors in favour of Luke Priddis and Craig Gower, he was chosen to make his Test debut against NZ in July. At the end of the season he was a worthy winner of the ‘Dally M’ Player of the Year medal, but higher honours were still to come. Buderus’ rep career never skipped a beat in 2003, despite Newcastle’s indifferent form, and following team-mate Andrew Johns’ continued absence through injury, the hard-working hooker took over as Knights captain. Buderus capped a tremendous season with a sterling performance in Newcastle’s grand final win over P’matta and selection in Australia’s Kangaroo squad. In 2006 Buderus missed the one-off Test against NZ through injury, and following NSW’s State of Origin loss, stood down from Test duty while he awaited the birth of his child.To view a list of corresponding matches, click on the Follow us on Twitter.