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Billy Slater


Billy Slater

Billy Slater
Slater playing for Melbourne in 2010.
Personal information
Nickname Billy the Kid[1]
Born (1983-06-18) 18 June 1983
Nambour, Queensland, Australia
Height 178 cm (5 ft 10 in)
Weight 89 kg (196 lb)
Playing information
Position Fullback
Years Team Pld T G FG P
2003– Melbourne Storm 277 172 0 0 688
Years Team Pld T G FG P
2004–15 Queensland 27 12 0 0 48
2008–14 Australia 25 22 0 0 88
Source: [2]

Billy Slater (born 18 June 1983) is an Australian professional rugby league player who currently plays for the Melbourne Storm of the National Rugby League (NRL). An Australian international and Queensland State of Origin representative fullback, he has played his whole NRL career to date at Melbourne, with whom he set the club record for most ever tries and NRL record for most ever tries by a fullback. Slater also won three grand finals, the Clive Churchill Medal and the Dally M Medal with the Storm. With the Kangaroos he was the 2008 World Cup's top try-scorer and player of the tournament and won the 2008 Golden Boot Award as the World player of the year. Slater was also the winner of the television game show Australia's Greatest Athlete in 2009 and 2010.


  • Early life 1
  • Rugby league career 2
    • 2003 2.1
    • 2004 2.2
    • 2005 2.3
    • 2006 2.4
    • 2007 2.5
    • 2008 2.6
    • 2009 2.7
    • 2010 2.8
    • 2011 2.9
    • 2012 2.10
    • 2013 2.11
    • 2014 2.12
  • Honours 3
  • Statistics 4
    • NRL 4.1
    • State of Origin 4.2
    • Australia 4.3
  • Sponsorship 5
  • Personal life 6
  • See also 7
  • Footnotes 8

Early life

Slater was born in Nambour, Queensland, and began playing rugby league for the Brothers club in Innisfail, Queensland at age fourteen. A North Queensland Cowboys fan growing up, he continued to make the Innisfail representative side every season until his final year with the club. At sixteen years of age, Slater left Year 12 at Innisfail State High School and decided to follow his personal passion for thoroughbred racing, working initially in Sydney as a roustabout for the racehorse trainer Gai Waterhouse.[3]

Rugby league career


Slater commenced playing for the Melbourne Storm in 2003. In Round 1 of the 2003 NRL season, Slater made his first grade NRL debut for the Melbourne Storm against the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks at Remondis Stadium. Slater started on the wing and scored a try in Melbourne’s 36-32 win after overcoming a 22-0 deficit early in the first half.[4] In Slater’s next match in Round 2 against the Penrith Panthers, Slater played his first match for the Storm at fullback, scoring 2 tries in the Storm's 42-16 win at Olympic Park.[5] From Rounds 4-8, Slater played in the centre position before moving back to fullback in Round 10 against the Brisbane Broncos in the Storms 36-16 loss at Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre.[6] Slater played the rest of the year at fullback. After a stellar début season saw him crowned Dally M Rookie of the Year (although the awards that year were cancelled in protest). Slater was the Storm's highest try scorer in the 2003 NRL season with 19 tries in all of the Storm's 26 matches.


Slater made his debut on the wing for Queensland in game one of the 2004 State of Origin series. Slater had a quiet but solid first game in QLD’s 9-8 loss at ANZ Stadium.[7] Slater retained his spot on the team for the second game of the series at Suncorp Stadium. In game two, just days shy of his 21st birthday, Slater was named man of the match after scoring two tries. His second try considered one of the great individual origin tries. Trailing 12–10, Slater latched onto a grubber kick from Darren Lockyer, chip-kicked the ball over Blues fullback Anthony Minichiello, regathering the ball and scoring in QLD’s 22-18 win.[8] Slater scored a try in the decider but could not stop a Brad Fittler inspired New South Wales side from clinching the series in QLD's 36-14 loss.[9] Slater's club form helped his team finish 6th on the ladder, defeating the Brisbane Broncos 31-14 at Suncorp Stadium in the first game of the finals before succumbing to eventual premiers, the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs 43-18 at SFS.[10] Slater played 22 matches and scored 14 tries for the Storm in the 2004 NRL season. Following his stellar season, Slater was named in the Kangaroo squad to tour Europe but injury prevented him from joining in the tour.[11]


Slater once again impressed in his third NRL season. Once again Slater was picked for the Queensland State of Origin team, this time at his preferred position of fullback. Slater returned for the second game in Sydney which saw the return of Andrew Johns, who spearheaded a New South Wales victory. Despite losing the match 32-22, Slater took advantage of a knock-on from the Blues Anthony Minichiello to score a length of the field try during the match.[12] Slater was dumped from the Queensland side for the deciding third game in Brisbane which led to outrage from some Maroons fans.[13] With injuries and suspensions, Slater had to wait three years for another chance at State of Origin. Slater continued his brilliant form throughout 2005, topping the try scoring charts with 20 tries in 21 matches for the Storm. Melbourne once again finished 6th in the league and defeated the Brisbane Broncos 24-18 at Suncorp Stadium in the first game of the finals before missing the Storms 24-16 season ending loss succumbing to an in-form North Queensland Cowboys team at SFS.[14]


Slater had a less successful 2006 season. Slater was suspended in Round 4 for seven matches for kicking Wests Tigers prop John Skandalis in the Storms’ 30-28 loss at Leichhardt Oval, Slater also scored two tries in the match.[15] Injuries and suspensions kept Slater out of contention for a spot in the Queensland team in 2006 and Karmichael Hunt would cement his place as the Queensland fullback. In his comeback game in Round 13 against the Sydney Roosters in the Storms 20-16 win at Olympic Park, Slater only played 25 minutes of the second half on the wing and was later found guilty of using a dangerous throw on Roosters centre Ryan Cross.[16] Slater was suspended for 2 matches. After Slater's second suspension, Melbourne Storm coach Craig Bellamy decided to give Slater some warm up matches for his comeback into first grade with both North Sydney Bears (Melbourne's feeder club in the NSWRL Premier League) and Norths Devils (Melbourne's feeder club in the Queensland Cup). Slater made his NRL comeback in Round 18 playing his preferred fullback position when the Storm defeated the Brisbane Broncos 10-4 at Olympic Park.[17] In Round 22 against the Wests Tigers in the Storms 46-4 win at Olympic Park,[18] Slater was given a two match suspension for a late forearm, which was his third suspension for the season. Slater came back to the main line-up in Round 25 against the Canberra Raiders in the Storms 22-18 win at Canberra Stadium.[19] A few weeks later, after having claimed the minor premiership the Storm again met the Brisbane Broncos, this time in the 2006 NRL Grand Final. It was Slater's first and he played at fullback in what was Melbourne's first grand final loss after succumbing 15-8 to a Darren Lockyer inspired Broncos team in Melbourne player Scott Hill farewell NRL match before moving to the ESL and the Broncos prop legend Shane Webcke farewell into retirement.[20] Slater played in 15 matches and scored 5 tries for the Storm in the 2006 NRL season.


Slater leaving the field following the pre-match warm up
Slater in 2007.

Slater had a quiet start to the 2007 season. In Round 8, he suffered a badly broken cheekbone against the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles when he tried to charge down former team-mate Matt Orford's kick, and collided with teammate Sam Tagataese in Mebourne's 13-12 loss at Brookvale Oval.[21] On his return from injury in Round 17, Slater scored 8 tries from 9 appearances and became a vital cog in the back line of the Storm, setting up over 20 tries during the season. In Round 21 against the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks at Remondis Stadium, Slater played his 100th NRL career match in the Storms 17-16 win.[22] Slater was part of the Melbourne Storm 2007 NRL Grand Final winning team at Fullback, defeating the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles 34–8. Slater played in 23 matches and scored 12 tries for the Storm in the 2007 NRL season. Slater won the Storms Back of the Year Award. In the post season Slater was named at Fullback in the Melbourne Storm Team of the Decade.


Slater playing for the Storm in August 2008.

Slater's start to the 2008 season can be described as nothing short of sensational. He scored 3 tries in Melbourne's 32–18 Round 1 win at Jason Nightingale.[28] He had a two-match suspension downgraded to one match after claiming Nightingale had provoked him with several head-butts throughout the match. In August 2008, Slater was named in the preliminary 46-man Kangaroos squad for the 2008 World Cup.[29][30] In September 2008; Slater narrowly missed out on the Dally M Medal, Player of the Year, finishing 2 points behind the Sea Eagles Matt Orford.[31] The one-week suspension in Round 19 deducted 3 points from Slater's tally, which would have won him the medal. Days after playing in the 2008 NRL Grand Final 40-0 defeat the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles,[32] Slater was named the Melbourne club's Player of the Year.[33] Slater played in 24 matches and scored 14 tries for the Storm in the 2008 NRL season. Slater capped off a brilliant year by winning the Rugby League World Golden Boot Award as the best player in the world.[34] In 2008 he also received the Rugby League International Federation's international player of the year award.[35] In October 2008 Slater was selected in the final 24-man Australian squad but hesitated playing since he and his wife were expecting their first child. Slater went on to play fullback for Australia in the 2008 World Cup, scoring hat-tricks in matches against England (52-4 win at Etihad) & Fiji (52-0 win at SFS). Billy Slater won the Man of the match twice in tournament for his performance in both games. About midway through the second half of the World Cup final Slater, who had set up Australia's first two tries, made a grave misjudgement, Slater threw a wild pass back in field after attempting to go the short side from a kick return and it was snapped up by Benji Marshall for a gift four-pointer. Although Melbourne teammate Greg Inglis bought them back within 2 points with a try, a penalty try, courtesy of a Joel Monaghan infringement, ruled out any possible comeback. Although Australia lost the game 34-20 to New Zealand, Slater was named Player of the Tournament following the World Cup final in Brisbane.[36] Slater was also the competition's top tryscorer with 7 tries.


Slater in 2009.

Slater was selected for Australia in the 2009 ANZAC Test match at fullback against New Zealand at Suncorp Stadium in the Kangaroos 38-10 redemption win over the Kiwis.[37] In April 2009, he was named in the preliminary 25-man squad to represent Queensland in the opening State of Origin match for 2009, and was subsequently picked at fullback for the opening State of Origin match. Slater was the first try scorer in the 2009 State of Origin Series scoring in Queensland’s 28-18 win in Sydney.[38] Slater played in the other 2 matches in the Queensland's 2009 winning State of Origin team. In Round 22 against the North Queensland Cowboys at Olympic Park, Slater played 150th NRL career match in the Storms 20-8 win.[39] Melbourne finished the season 4th on the NRL table and avenged their 2008 Grand Final loss to Manly by defeating them 40–12 in the first week of the finals at Etihad Stadium. Slater's four try haul earned him man of the match honours.[40] Slater notched up his 100th NRL career try in Melbourne's 40–10 defeat of the Brisbane Broncos in the preliminary final at Etihad Stadium, becoming only the second Melbourne player to do so after Matt Geyer.[41] In the next week, the Grand Final was won by the Melbourne Storm over the Parramatta Eels 23–16. Slater scored a try and was judged best on ground, earning the Clive Churchill Medal.[42] Slater was named the Storms highest tryscorer in the 2009 NRL season with 18 tries in 26 matches. The following week Slater was named Melbourne's Player of the Year making it the second consecutive year he won the award.[43] During the off-season he was given the first 'Player of the Finals' award, presented by the Rugby League Writers' Association. Slater topped off the season with selection for Australia in the 2009 Four Nations tournament in Europe. Slater played in the first two matches against New Zealand and then England. Slater scored three tries in Australia's 46–16 win over England in the final and also acrobatically tapped the ball back infield setting up a try for teammate, Cameron Smith.[44]


For the 2010 ANZAC Test, Slater was selected to play for Australia at fullback in their 12-8 victory against New Zealand at AAMI Park.[45] Despite Melbourne being stripped of their 2007 and 2009 premierships due to the discovery of a salary cap breach, Slater was allowed to keep his Clive Churchill Medal.[46] Slater was also involved in Queensland's 3–0 whitewash in the 2010 State of Origin series and received the Wally Lewis Medal for player of the series. In the third match, he saved a certain try, before scoring the match-turning and winning try with five minutes remaining in Queensland’s 23-18 win in Sydney.[47] Slater played in 22 matches and scored 10 tries in the Storms drama filled 2010 NRL season. In the post season, Slater was included in the Australian 2010 Four Nations squad. Slater scored 3 tries in 3 matches, including scoring a try in the Kangaroos 16-12 Four Nations Final match loss to New Zealand at Suncorp Stadium.[48]


In Round 2 against the AAMI Park, Slater played his 200th NRL career match in the Storms 8-6 win.[53] The Melbourne Storm won the minor premiership, but were defeated by the New Zealand Warriors 20-12 in the Preliminary Final at AAMI Park, ending Slater's season.[54] Slater was awarded the 2011 Dally M Medal for best and fairest player of the year in the NRL. Following the awarding of the Dally M Medal, there was commentary about Slater's progress. Sports reporters Ray Warren said that he "didn't think Slater was as good a player as he had been in the past while Andrew Johns labelled Slater as the best fullback he has seen". After playing in 24 matches, Slater was the Storms joint highest tryscorer with 12 tries alongside Cooper Cronk and Matt Duffie in the 2011 NRL season.[55] On 3 October, Slater was selected for the Australian Kangaroos, to play as fullback in the 2011 Rugby League Four Nations tournament. While on tour, Slater was named the Rugby League International Federation's International Player of the Year for the second time.[56] Slater suffered a collarbone injury and was ruled out of the tournament after Australia's 36-20 win over England at Wembley Stadium.[57] Slater played in 3 matches of the series.


For the 2012 ANZAC Test, Slater was selected to play for Australia at fullback in the Kangaroos 20-12 victory against New Zealand at Eden Park.[58] Slater was Queensland's fullback for Games 1 and 2 of the 2012 State of Origin series which saw the Maroons record winning streak extend to seven series. Slater finished the 2012 NRL season with him scoring 16 tries in 21 matches for the Storm, which made him the highest fullback try scorer in the NRL with 140 tries, going past previous holder Rhys Wesser with 129. Slater scored a try in Melbourne's 14-4 premiership victory over Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs, where Slater was bitten in the ear by James Graham during a scuffle.[59] Slater was selected at fullback for the Kangaroos October Test against New Zealand at 1300SMILES Stadium. The Kangaroos won the match 18-10.[60]


Slater scored the first try in Melbourne's 2013 World Club Challenge 18-14 win over Leeds Rhinos.[61] In the 2013 ANZAC Test, Slater played at fullback for Australia in the Kangaroos 32-12 victory against New Zealand at Canberra Stadium.[62] Slater played all three games of the 2013 State of Origin series in which Queensland extended their record for consecutive series victories to eight. In Round 21 against the Canberra Raiders at Canberra Stadium, Slater also became the 8th player in history of the League to score 150 tries, Slater scoring 2 tries in the Storms 68-4 win.[63] Slater was the Storm's highest tryscorer in the 2013 NRL season with 18 tries in 24 matches. In the post season, Slater was chosen in Australian 24-man squad for the 2013 World Cup which Australia won the Final against New Zealand 34-2 at Old Trafford, where Slater scored 2 tries.[64] Slater played in 5 matches and scored 4 tries in the tournament.


In Round 2 against the Penrith Panthers, Slater reached a milestone of having played 250 games for Melbourne Storm in the 18-17 win at AAMI Park.[65] In the 2014 ANZAC Test, Slater played at fullback for Australia in the Kangaroos 30-18 victory against New Zealand at SFS.[66] Slater played all three games of the 2014 State of Origin series in which Queensland lost the series 2-1, the first series the NSW Blues won since the 2005 series. In Round 22 against the Newcastle Knights in the Storms 32-30 loss at Hunter Stadium, Slater eclipsed Andrew Ettingshausen tryscoring record with 166 tries, Slater now currently being third in the highest tryscorer ranks.[67][68] Slater finished the Storm's 2014 NRL season with him playing in 22 matches and scoring 12 tries. On 9 September 2014, Slater was selected for the Australia Kangaroos 2014 Four Nations train on squad but withdrew due to injury.[69][70]




Statistics are correct to the end of round 14 of the 2015 season [72]
Denotes seasons in which Slater won an NRL Premiership
Denotes seasons in which Slater won an NRL Premiership that was later stripped
Season Team Matches T G GK % F/G Pts W L D W-L %
2003 Melbourne 26 19 0 0 76 16 10 0 61.5
2004 Melbourne 22 14 0 0 56 12 10 0 54.5
2005 Melbourne 21 20 0 0 80 12 9 0 57.1
2006 Melbourne 15 5 0 0 20 12 3 0 80.0
2007 Melbourne 23 12 0 0 48 20 3 0 87.0
2008 Melbourne 24 14 0 0 56 19 5 0 79.2
2009 Melbourne 26 18 0 0 72 16 9 1 63.5
2010 Melbourne 22 10 0 0 40 13 9 0 59.1
2011 Melbourne 24 12 0 0 48 19 5 0 79.2
2012 Melbourne 21 16 0 0 64 19 2 0 90.5
2013 Melbourne 24 18 0 0 72 16 7 1 68.8
2014 Melbourne 22 12 0 0 48 13 9 0 59.1
2015* Melbourne 7 2 0 0 8 5 2 0 71.4
Career totals 277 172 0 0 688 192 83 2 69.68

* = Unfinished season

State of Origin

Denotes seasons in which Slater won a State of Origin Series
Season Team Matches T G GK % F/G Pts W L D W-L %
2004 Queensland 3 3 0 0 12 1 2 0 33.3
2005 Queensland 2 1 0 0 4 1 1 0 50.0
2008 Queensland 3 1 0 0 4 2 1 0 66.7
2009 Queensland 3 2 0 0 8 2 1 0 66.7
2010 Queensland 3 2 0 0 8 3 0 0 100
2011 Queensland 3 2 0 0 8 2 1 0 66.7
2012 Queensland 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 50.0
2013 Queensland 3 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 66.7
2014 Queensland 3 1 0 0 4 1 2 0 33.3
2015 Queensland 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 50.0
Career totals 27 12 0 0 48 16 11 0 59.26


Season Team Matches T G GK % F/G Pts W L D W-L %
2008 Australia 5 7 0 0 28 4 1 0 80.0
2009 Australia 4 6 0 0 24 3 0 1 87.5
2010 Australia 4 3 0 0 12 3 1 0 75.0
2011 Australia 4 2 0 0 8 4 0 0 100
2012 Australia 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 100
2013 Australia 5 4 0 0 16 5 0 0 100
2014 Australia 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 100
Career totals 25 22 0 0 88 22 2 1 90.00


An established ambassador for Adidas, in 2012 Slater appeared as part of a promotional campaign[75] for their F50 adizero III boots alongside Dale Thomas of Aussie Rules and European football (soccer) player David Villa

Personal life

Slater lives in Melbourne with his wife, Nicole Slater (née Rose). They were married in Cairns in November 2009[76] and have two children, a daughter, Tyla Rose and a son, Jake.[3][77]

Billy Slater participated in the television show Australia's Greatest Athlete and was the winner for both Season 1 (broadcast on Channel 9) and Season 2 (on Channel 7) against a diverse range of athletes such as Olympic gold medalist Steve Hooker, ironman Ky Hurst and V8 Supercar champions Jamie Whincup and Craig Lowndes.

A regular contributor to Canterbury Junior Football Club in Melbourne, Slater also frequently gives up his time to help other Junior Sport Programs around Australia.

See also


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  3. ^ a b Lane, Daniel (6 August 2011). "Slater: Stable upbringing gave me work ethic to be a winner".  
  4. ^ "Resilient Storm subdues Sharks". 
  5. ^ "Teenager Slater lifts Storm hopes". 
  6. ^ "Broncos calm the Storm". 
  7. ^ "Blues seal origin win". 
  8. ^ "Slater stars in Maroon triumph". 
  9. ^ > "Blues deliver fairytale farewell for Fittler". 
  10. ^ "Bulldogs again bite Storm". 
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  12. ^ "All hail Joey, the new Origin king". 
  13. ^ "Slater axing has fans all at sea". 
  14. ^ "Season over for Melbourne". 
  15. ^ "Origin hopes dashed: Slater slugged seven games". 
  16. ^ "Inglis magic helps Storm prevail". 
  17. ^ "Slick Slater helps Storm roll on". 
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  19. ^ "Storm turn party-poopers to crash Raiders' farewell show". 
  20. ^ "NRL grand final live: Storm v Broncos". 
  21. ^ "Manly home in one-point thriller". 
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  29. ^ FitzGibbon, Liam (1 August 2008). "Surprises in Kangaroos squad". Fox Sports News (Australia). Retrieved 2 August 2008. 
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  36. ^ "New Zealand humble Kangaroos in World Cup final in Brisbane". Fox Sports News (Australia). 22 November 2008. Retrieved 23 November 2008. 
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  43. ^ "Slater named Player-of-the-Year". Melbourne Storm News. 9 October 2009. Retrieved 6 September 2011. 
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  66. ^ "Australia get the victory but New Zealand take the plaudits after giving world champions a scare". The Sydney Morning Herald. 
  67. ^ "Newcastle Knights beat Melbourne Storm as Kurt Gidley scores with post-siren goal in NRL thriller". The Sydney Morning Herald. 
  68. ^ "Slater sets his sights on semi-Immortality". The Roar. 25 June 2014. 
  69. ^ LeagueUnlimited Team. "Kanagroos Four Nations train-on squad named". 
  70. ^ "Four Nations Series 2014: Billy Slater joins growing list of absent Australia stars as he suffers shoulder injury". The Independent. 
  71. ^ Honeysett, Stuart (6 September 2011). "Billy Slater fends off late Benji Marshall rush to grab Dally M Medal". The Australian. Retrieved 6 September 2011. 
  72. ^ "Rugby League Tables". 
  73. ^ Shawn Dollin and Andrew Ferguson (31 August 2015). "Custom Match List". 
  74. ^ Shawn Dollin and Andrew Ferguson (31 August 2015). "Custom Match List". 
  75. ^ "Billy Slater Hits Barcelona To Promote The New adidas F50s". Retrieved 28 November 2012. 
  76. ^ "Billy Slater, Nicole Rose in Cairns wedding". The Cairns Post (Australia). 29 November 2009. Retrieved 29 November 2009. 
  77. ^ Chamberlin, Thomas (29 October 2008). "Billy Slater's baby joy". The Cairns Post (Australia). Retrieved 25 November 2008. 
Preceded by
Amos Roberts (Sydney Roosters)
Dally M Top Try Scorer in the NRL
(with Shaun Berrigan)

Succeeded by
Nathan Merritt (South Sydney Rabbitohs)
Preceded by
Matt Bowen (North Queensland Cowboys)
Dally M Fullback of the Year
Succeeded by
Jarryd Hayne (Parramatta Eels)
Preceded by
Cameron Smith (Melbourne Storm, Queensland & Australia)
Golden Boot Award Rugby League World International Player of the Year
Succeeded by
Greg Inglis (Melbourne Storm, Queensland & Australia)
Preceded by
Australia's Greatest Athlete Winner
2009, 2010
Succeeded by
Quade Cooper
Preceded by
Brent Kite (Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles)
Clive Churchill Medallist
Succeeded by
St. George Illawarra Dragons)
Preceded by
Todd Carney (Sydney Roosters)
Dally M Medallist
Succeeded by
Ben Barba (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs)
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