|Date of birth–
|08 July 1998
|25 years 6 months (in 2024)
|state of origin–
|Port Douglas, Queensland, Australia
|+61 0485 4158 XXXX
|Keebra Park State High School
|East Coast Bay Barracudas, Newzealand
Helensvale Hornets, QLD
|09 May 2019
|Jesse played for Gold Coast Titans,
He debuted against the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks.
|total Game played
Jesse Arthars‘s Wikipedia and biography
Jesse Arthars, is a rising rugby star hailing from Auckland, New Zealand. Born on the 8th of July 1988, Jesse’s Journey in the Australian rugby scene has been nothing short of remarkable.
Early days:- His roots trace back to the picturesque city of Auckland, where he initially took his first steps into the world of rugby.
The Arthars family, deeply entrenched in the rugby culture, migrated to Australia, marking a pivotal chapter in Jesse’s sporting journey.
Jesse’s early rugby exploits can be traced to his formative years at Keedra Park State High School in Australia. It was during this time that he honed his skills.
After that, Jesse became a part of the Helensvale Hornets in Quneesland, Solidifying his presence in the Australian rugby landscape.
A rugby pedigree runs in the Arthars family, with Jesse’s father not only a rugby player but he is back in Newziland.
This familiar influence undoubtedly played a crucial role in shaping Jesse’s passion and dedication to the sport.
NRL debut:- Jesse Arthar’s his mark in the Australian National Rugby League (NRL) on the 9th of May 2019, when he debuted against the Formidable Cronulla Sutherland Sharks, setting the stage for an exciting career ahead.
2020 – 2021:- In the subsequent years, from 2020 to 2021, jesses donned the jersey of Brisbane Broncos, making a significant contribution to the team’s endeavors.
His two-year stint with the Broncos showcased his versatility and skill on the field, earning him admiration from fans and teammates alike.
2022:- This year a new chapter in Jesse Arthars’ career as he inked a contract with New Zealand Warriors, This move marked a return to his roots and a chance to showcase his prowess on the international stage.
2023:- Jesse found himself back with the Brisbane Broncos in 2023, In an interview he said that this team is like a second home for him.
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|date of birth
|10, May, 1954
Jesse Arthars’s Father’s name was Jason Arthars, and at the age of 70, is a living testament to the grit and determination that defines the rugby spirit.
His father lost the retina of his right eye:- It was during a routine play-the-ball after a tackle, a moment that defines the ebb and flow of rugby, that Jason faced an unforeseen adversity, standing up in the play-the-ball, he was king-hit-a single punch.
the force of the punch led to the detachment of the retain in his right eye, an injury that went beyond the rugby field.
Undeterred by his challenge, Jason played a pivotal role in shaping the rugby career of his sons, with a special focus on Jesse. Coaching his sons at the East Coast Bay Barracudas in New Zealand.
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Jesse Arthars’s mother’s name was Jane Arthars, a pillar of strength in the Arthars family, left an indelible mark before her untimely passing in 2018, Her battle with a brain tumor showcased a different kind of fortitude.
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|Stellan Arthars &
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Jesse Arthars, is the eldest of the trio, Stellan Arthars is the middle child, and Denver Arthars, is the youngest.
Jesse Arthars doesn’t have any sisters.
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