Jeremy Marshall-King

Player # 782
Position Hooker, Five Eighth, Half Back
Height 186cm
Weight 83kg
DOB 2nd Dec 1995
Origin Whakatane, New Zealand
Junior Club All Saints Toongabbie
Debut 2018: Round 1 vs Melbourne
Other Clubs Wests Tigers

Jeremy Marshall-King has had an exciting 2018 with the Bulldogs after joining the club from the Wests Tigers, for whom he made an NRL debut in 2017, watched by his brother Benji. Marshall-King only made the Dogs top 30 at the last minute, but quickly made his NRL debut in 2018 in Round One against the Storm off the bench, before moving into the halves and then on to hooker for the Round Nine clash with the Broncos.

Jeremy was a real find for the club in 2018. He spent four of the 23 games he played during his first season at the club at dummy half in rounds 9, 10, 11 and 12. Jeremy proved to be a player of real utility value over the course of the year. 

The 23-year old had 30 tackle breaks, 4 try assists, 4 line-break assists, an average of 56.2 kick metres and 42.1 running metres per game, in addition to 522 tackles with a tackle efficiency of 87.8%.

Jeremy extended his contract by a further two years, keeping him at Belmore until the end of the 2021 season. Jeremy has proved to be an ironman of the blue and white pack, playing in 23 NRL matches in each of the last two seasons, in addition to winning the 2019 Coaches Award. 

Having both started and come off the bench, the 24 year-old has impressed with his service from dummy half and his strong running game. Represented New Zealand at the World Cup Nines.

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Year Games Tries Goals F Goals Points
2018 23 2 0 0 8
2019 23 1 0 0 4
2020 20 1 0 0 4
2021 9 1 0 0 4
Total: 75 5 0 0 20