Date of birth
October 25, 1987
Place of birth
A member of the inaugural Wolfpack squad, Adam Sidlow debuted in 2006 and immediately became made his mark as a powerhouse prop-forward with the ability to break any attempted tackle. With almost 300 professional games to his name, Sidlow is one of the most experienced players on the Wolfpack team sheet.
Tireless in both attack and defence, Sidlow gives everything no matter what role he is asked to play. Injuries curtailed his 2019 Season and so he will be looking forward to putting together a strong and impactful 2020 at the Super League level.
Debuting in 2006, Sidlow spent time with both Salford and Bradford in the Super League, quickly becoming renowned for his barnstorming runs and relentless defensive pressure.
Missing games only as a result on injury in 2019, Sidlow played every fixture in the Wolfpack’s 2018 Season and often carried the team on his back with his tireless repeat efforts at the opposition line. He unfortunately missed out on taking his place in the Playoffs due to injury and so will have no trouble finding extra motivation when he returns to the Super League.
With Sidlow’s former Club Salford falling just one victory short of a stunning Super League title in 2019, the second-rower is sure to be delighted at the thought of facing the resurgent force in UK Rugby. At 6ft 4in and 114kg, Sidlow is an imposing presence and built for the biggest stages in the brutal sport, something the Wolfpack will look to utilize across 2020.