Super Rugby


Height: 177cm
Weight: 88kg
Born: 28/04/1994
Place of Birth: Alstonville, NSW
Senior Club: Sunnybank
School: Alstonville High School

Representative Honours
NSW Schoolboys (2012)
Australian Schoolboys (2011-2012)
Reds Under 20s (2014)
Reds A (2014)
Australian Under 20s (2013-2014)
Brisbane City NRC (2014-)
Queensland (2015-)



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Playing History

Representative Caps Points Debut
NRC: Brisbane City 26 246 (6T, 65C, 1PG)* 2014 v Sydney Stars, Ballymore Stadium
Queensland 22 102 (3T, 18C, 16PG, 1DG) 2015 v Melbourne Rebels, Suncorp Stadium
Super Rugby 22 102 (3T, 18C, 16PG, 1DG) 2015 v Melbourne Rebels, Suncorp Stadium
Test Rugby - - -

Player Bio

Jake McIntyre joined the St.George Queensland Reds senior squad in late 2015 after two years at the helm of back-to-back National Rugby Championship winners McInnes Wilson Lawyers Brisbane City.

McIntyre grew up in Alstonville, in northern New South Wales, and made the move to Brisbane to pursue his Rugby ambitions.

He earned selection for Brisbane City in the inaugural season of the National Rugby Championship in 2014, helping steer the side to the championship. His performances in the NRC were rewarded with a Reds contract for the following season.



2017
Earned a further six caps for the Reds, including three games as the starting Number 10 midway through the season.
2016
Starting flyhalf in 13 of the Reds 15 games, marking a significant period in his development. Missed the last two games of the season, as well as the National Rugby Championship, due to an ankle injury.
2015
Missed the start of the season due to a knee injury, but returned to make his Super Rugby debut against the Melbourne Rebels at Suncorp Stadium, scoring a try to help the Reds to victory. Went on to play a further two games. Signed to the Reds Senior Squad for the 2016 season and beyond. Was at the helm of Brisbane City as they claimed a second championship title in an undefeated season.
2014
Steered Brisbane City to victory in the inaugural season of the National Rugby Championship and represented the Australian Under 20s in France. Signed a Reds Elite Development Squad contract for the 2015 season.

Suffered a dislocated shoulder against the Rebels at Suncorp Stadium, with shoulder surgery ruling him out of the remainder of the Super Rugby season along with Wallabies duties.


*Please note, the scoring in the National Rugby Championship changed from seasons 1 and 2 to season 3. In 2014 and 2015 tries were worth 5 points, conversions 3 points, penalties/drop goals 2 points. In 2016, tries were worth 6 points, conversions/penalty goals/drop goals 2 points.



Updated 19/06/2017