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Jack Wighton was born on 4 February, 1993 in Sydney, Australia. At 27 years old, Jack Wighton height is 6 ft 2 in (189.0 cm).
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|Age||27 years old|
|Born||4 February 1993|
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Jack Wighton Weight & Measurements
|Weight||93 kg (14 st 9 lb)|
|Body Measurements||Not Available|
|Eye Color||Not Available|
|Hair Color||Not Available|
Dating & Relationship status
He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.
Jack Wighton Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Jack Wighton worth at the age of 27 years old? Jack Wighton’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Australia. We have estimated Jack Wighton's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
|Salary in 2019||Under Review|
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|Wikipedia||Jack Wighton Wikipedia|
Wighton left his job as a brickie’s labourer to pursue a career in football.
In round 5 of the 2019 NRL season against the Parramatta Eels, Wighton scored a try from a Sam Williams cross field kick in the 61st Minute to seal Canberra's fourth win of the season whilst also solidifying Wighton's position as five-eighth of the side.
On 5 June, Wighton made his State of Origin debut off the bench for New South Wales in game 1 of the 2019 State of Origin series at Suncorp Stadium. In the 56th minute, Wighton was interchanged for Cody Walker at five-eighth, he then went on to throw an intercept pass for Dane Gagai to run the length of the field and score in the 67th minute of the game. New South Wales would go on to lose the game 18-14.
In round 22, Wighton played his 150th NRL game for Canberra in their 18-22 win over the Melbourne Storm at AAMI park. Wighton made a total of 26 appearances for Canberra as the club reached their first grand final in 25 years. In the 2019 NRL Grand Final against the Sydney Roosters, Wighton scored a try in the first half. Canberra would go on to lose the final 14-8 at ANZ Stadium. Wighton was awarded the Clive Churchill Medal after being voted man of the match, making him the fourth man to achieve this from a losing side, joining Canberra's Bradley Clyde (1991), St George's Brad Mackay (1993) and Manly's Daly Cherry-Evans (2013).
On 28 June 2018, Wighton was stood down by Canberra after admitting in court to assault and urinating in public during a Canberra night out earlier in the year.
He finished the 2018 NRL season having playing in 13 matches and scoring 3 tries.
In February 2018, while celebrating his birthday in Canberra, Wighton assaulted five people outside a nightclub and faced a number of charges including assault and public urination.
On 10 February 2017, Wighton played for the Indigenous All Stars against the World All Stars in the 2017 All Stars match, starting at fullback in the 34-8 win at Hunter Stadium. In Round 7 against the New Zealand Warriors, Wighton played his 100th NRL career match in the 20-8 win at Canberra Stadium. On 23 May 2017, Wighton extended his contract with the Raiders to the end of the 2020 season. Wighton finished the 2017 NRL season with him playing in 23 matches and scoring 7 tries for the Raiders.
On 13 January 2016, Wighton was named in the emerging New South Wales Blues squad. On 13 February 2016, Wighton played for the Indigenous All Stars against the World All Stars, playing off the interchange bench in the 12-8 loss at Suncorp Stadium. On 8 May 2016, Wighton played for Country Origin against City Origin, where he played at fullback in the 44-30 loss in Tamworth. On 8 September 2016, Wighton was very lucky to escape a 3-week suspension for a shoulder charge in which he did on Wests Tigers player Joel Edwards in Round 26 in the 52-10 thumping win at Leichhardt Oval. The suspension could have ruled out Wighton from all the Raiders 3 finals matches and ended his season early. Wighton finished the 2016 NRL season with him playing 26 matches and scoring 8 tries for the Raiders.
On 13 February 2015, Wighton was selected on the interchange bench for the Indigenous All Stars in the 2015 All Stars match. The Indigenous side won 20-6 over the NRL All Stars at Robina Stadium.
On 3 May 2015, Wighton played for New South Wales Country against New South Wales City in the 2015 City vs Country Origin match, playing at centre and scoring a try in Country's 34-22 win at Wagga Wagga. In Round 25 against the Penrith Panthers, Wighton was charged with a grade two careless high tackle after he blindsided Panthers halfback Jamie Soward, following a break downfield. The hit left Soward unconscious and he had to be assisted off the field on a stretcher during the Raiders 34-18 win at Canberra Stadium. He was later suspended for a match, missing out in the Raiders last match of the season. Wighton finished the 2015 NRL season having played in 20 matches and scoring 7 tries for the Raiders. On 26 September 2015, Wighton played for the Prime Minister's XIII against Papua New Guinea, scoring a try in the 40-12 win in Port Moresby.
Wighton started the season playing at five-eighth by incoming Raider coach Ricky Stuart. On 4 May 2014, Wighton played at centre for NSW Country against NSW City in the 26-26 all draw. In Round 10 against the Penrith Panthers, Wighton returned to his preferred centre position in the Raiders 26-20 loss at Canberra Stadium. Wighton played at centre until Round 24, when he was selected to play at fullback for a clash with the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks. He had a successful match, helping the Raiders to a 22-12 win at Shark Park. Wighton had a successful end of the season at fullback for the Raiders. Wighton finished the 2014 NRL season having played in 20 matches and scored 6 tries. On 9 September 2014, Wighton was selected in the Australia Kangaroos 2014 Four Nations train-on squad but didn't make the final 24-man squad.
On 9 February 2013, Wighton was selected to play for the Indigenous All Stars off the interchange bench in the 32-6 win over the NRL All Stars team at Suncorp Stadium. Wighton was also selected to play for NSW Country at centre against NSW City in Country's 18-12 win in Coffs Harbour. Wighton finished the 2013 NRL season with him playing in 18 matches and scoring 4 tries for the Raiders. On 1 November 2013 Wighton re-signed with the Raiders until the end of 2016.
In Round 2 of the 2012 NRL season, Wighton made his NRL debut for the Canberra Raiders against the Gold Coast Titans, having an impressive debut match on the wing in the Raiders 24-12 win at Robina Stadium. In round 6, against the New Zealand Warriors, Wighton scored his first NRL try in the Raiders 32-12 win at Canberra Stadium. On 30 May 2012, Wighton suffered a toe injury in a freak trampoline accident which resulted in him missing most the year, until he made a return in the semi-final match against the South Sydney Rabbitohs in the Raiders 38-16 loss at ANZ Stadium. On 22 August 2012, Wighton extended his contract with the Raiders until the end of the 2014 season. Wighton finished his debut year in the NRL with him playing in 9 matches and scoring 2 tries for the Raiders in the 2012 NRL season.
Wighton played for the Raiders NYC team in 2011 before being promoted to the Raiders full-time NRL squad. Wighton has represented NSW Under 18s and Australian Schoolboys in 2010.
Jack Wighton (born 4 February 1993) is an Australian professional rugby league footballer who plays as a fullback, five-eighth and centre for the Canberra Raiders in the NRL and Australia at international level. .