Awards & Winners

Mat Rogers

Date of Birth 01-February-1976
Place of Birth Caringbah
(New South Wales)
Nationality Australia
Also know as Matthew S. Rogers
Profession Rugby Player
Matthew S. "Mat" Rogers is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer of the 1990s and 2000s. He also played rugby union at the highest levels, becoming a dual-code international. The son of the late Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks legend and CEO Steve Rogers, Mat played for the Sharks as well. He also played in two State of Origin series for Queensland, and for 7 Tests the Australian national side before his switch to union in 2001. Rogers played at fly half in his final season for the Waratahs and started in a number of games for the Wallabies in various positions in the backline. He returned to rugby league in 2007 with the newly formed Gold Coast Titans club and retired in 2010. With the Titans beset by injuries and poor form, Rogers announced his comeback to help out the club on-field in 2011, but a serious injury forced him to announce his retirement again just minutes into his first game back.

Awards by Mat Rogers

Check all the awards nominated and won by Mat Rogers.