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Dale Shearer was born on 25 July, 1965 in Saint George, Australia. Discover Dale Shearer’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 55 years old?
|Age||55 years old|
|Born||25 July 1965|
|Birthplace||Saint George, Australia|
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Dale Shearer Height, Weight & Measurements
At 55 years old, Dale Shearer height is 1.8 m and Weight 85 kg (13 st 5 lb).
|Weight||85 kg (13 st 5 lb)|
|Body Measurements||Not Available|
|Eye Color||Not Available|
|Hair Color||Not Available|
Who Is Dale Shearer’s Wife?
His wife is Delyse Shearer (m. 1990–2008)
|Wife||Delyse Shearer (m. 1990–2008)|
|Children||Jakson Shearer, Jesse Shearer|
Dale Shearer Net Worth
His net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Dale Shearer worth at the age of 55 years old? Dale Shearer’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Australia. We have estimated Dale Shearer’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million – $5 Million|
|Salary in 2022||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2022||Pending|
|Salary in 2022||Under Review|
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Timeline of Dale Shearer
In 2010 Shearer faced bankruptcy when ordered to repay approximately $1.5m to former State of Origin teammate Adrian Lam for an outstanding loan which dated back to 2005.
Shearer was critically injured in a car crash at Peregian Springs on 21 February 2009. The crash came one year after the death from cancer of his wife Delyse.
In 2000 he was awarded the Australian Sports Medal for his “outstanding achievement in rugby league”. In August, 2008, Shearer was named at wing in the Indigenous Team of the Century, joining other legends such as Eric Simms, Steve Renouf, Lionel Morgan, Laurie Daley, Greg Inglis, Jonathan Thurston, Arthur Beetson, Cliff Lyons and John Ferguson in the team.
Shearer then joined the Gold Coast Seagulls. He was selected as Queensland’s fullback for all three games of the 1992 State of Origin series. He played for Queensland at fullback in games 2 and 3 of the 1993 State of Origin series. Shearer was Australia’s fullback and goal kicker in all three matches of the 1993 Trans-Tasman Test series. He played his last match for Australia in 1993. Shearer then joined the South Queensland Crushers. He was selected to play for Queensland at five-eighth in the 1995 State of Origin series. He played his last game for Queensland in 1996. Shearer later joined the Sydney Roosters. The 1998 North Queensland Cowboys season was Shearer’s last.
Shearer joined the Brisbane Broncos. He was selected to play for Queensland in all three games of the 1990 State of Origin series at centre. Shearer was the 1990 Brisbane Broncos season’s goal kicker. He was selected to go on the 1990 Kangaroo tour of Great Britain and France. Shearer was selected to play for Queensland from the interchange bench in the 1991 State of Origin series’ 2nd and 3rd games. He was then selected to play for Australia in the first match of the 1991 Trans-Tasman Test series on the wing.
In the following off-season he also played 14 games in the championship-winning Widnes team in England during the 1987–88 RFL championship. Shearer played for Manly until 1989
He made his test début on the wing for Australia in 1986 against New Zealand at Carlaw Park in Auckland, scoring a try on debut. Though an injury suffered in the game saw him unavailable for the final two tests against New Zealand at the Sydney Cricket Ground and Lang Park in Brisbane. His good form for Manly, Queensland and Australia saw him selected on the 1986 Kangaroo Tour where he played 13 games on tour, including two tests against Great Britain and two against France, scoring 12 tries. He scored a record four tries in the second test against France in the last match of the tour, in a then record 52–0 win.
The Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles coach and rugby league Immortal, Bob Fulton, was quick to sign the 19-year-old before anyone else prior to the 1985 NSWRL season. Shearer made his debut for Manly in round 1 of the season against Penrith, before going on to make his State of Origin début for Queensland in the same year. Playing mostly on the wing or in the centres, Shearer played 22 games in his début season for Manly, scoring 8 tries. It would prove to be the most number of club games he would play in a season in his 14-year career. He scored his first try for Manly at their home ground, Brookvale Oval, in their 24-4 win over the reigning premiers Canterbury-Bankstown in round 3.
At the age of 18, Shearer caught the attention of many people during his time at the Queensland club Sarina Crocodiles in the Winfield State League with some impressive performances. Shearer was a member of Mackay’s second successful Foley Shield team in 1984, as well as representing Queensland in a match against New Zealand.
Dale Shearer (born 25 July 1965), also known by the nickname of “Rowdy”, is an Australian former professional rugby league footballer who played in the 1980s and 1990s. A Queensland State of Origin and Australian international representative of Aboriginal heritage, he played club football in Queensland, New South Wales and England. His playing career included a NSWRL Premiership win with Manly-Warringah in 1987 and a Rugby League World Cup Final win in 1988. Ten years after his retirement, Shearer was still the all-time top try-scorer in State of Origin and he was named on the wing of the Indigenous Australian team of the century.
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