Date of birth
October 25, 1987
Place of birth
Powerhouse prop forward Adam Sidlow is one of the original crop of Toronto Wolfpack players after he joined rugby league’s newest club ahead of their first season on the field in 2017.
Sidlow’s career as a professional rugby league player is extensive. Since his debut all the way back in 2006, he predominately made his name as a blockbusting front rower whilst at Salford Red Devils and Bradford Bulls, spending four years at each of the clubs and chalking up nearly 200 senior appearances at both Championship and Super League level in the process.
Following the Bulls liquidation at the end of 2016, the 6ft 4 enforcer linked up with the Wolfpack and has been a mainstay in the Canadian’s pack across both seasons so far.
The 31 year old brings a tireless work ethic and plenty of aggression through the middle third of the field, getting through a huge amount of defence whilst offering great impact in whatever role he plays in the side.
He was the only every present player for the Pack in 2018 and will once again be looking to provide a boost for his side when on the field.
After mainly playing off the bench last season, Sidlow will be aiming to have a similar influence on the team this year.