PLAYERS | Sid Domic


Panther 388

88 matches [1997-2001]

64 points [16 tries]


Queensland born back who debuted at the Brisbane Broncos in 1993, but was unable to regularly crack into the star studded Broncos outfit, and headed south to Penrith in 1997 seeking greater opportunities.

These opportunities were granted, playing 16 matches in the centres during the solitary Super League season. He would continue being a regular member of the Penrith team for the remainder of the decade, being an ever reliable performer and on occasion coming off the bench or starting in the forwards at lock or in the second row.

However, by the 2000 season, he was being used exclusively as a forward, usually in the second row.

After five seasons at the Panthers, Domic left at the end of the 2001 season, and played for a further six seasons in the English Super League, firstly at Warrington and then at Wakefield Trinity and at Hull FC. He retired at the end of the 2007 season.

Returning to Australia, Domic has forged out a career post-retirement as a talented Indigenous artist, who was commissioned to design the jersey for the Indigenous All Stars team in the annual pre-season match against the NRL All Stars.


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