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Paul Sackey (Paul Henry Sackey) was born on 8 November, 1979 in Lambeth, London, United Kingdom. At 41 years old, Paul Sackey height is 6 ft 1 in (186.0 cm).

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Popular As Paul Henry Sackey
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Age 41 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 8 November 1979
Birthday 8 November
Birthplace Lambeth, London, United Kingdom
Nationality United Kingdom

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Weight 92 kg
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Paul Sackey Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Paul Sackey worth at the age of 41 years old? Paul Sackey’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from United Kingdom. We have estimated Paul Sackey's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Timeline

2013

In the group stage, he was notable for two tries in a 44–22 victory over Samoa, and two more in the final group match against Tonga, which secured England's place in the quarter-finals, where he impressed against Australia, managing to prevent a possible try. Sackey played in the 2007 Rugby World Cup Final. Sackey also played in the 2008 Six Nations Championship and performed well, scoring 3 tries.

2010

In February 2010, Sackey, whose contract with Wasps expired at the end of the 2009–10 Guinness Premiership season, announced that he would join RC Toulonnais for the 2010–11 Top 14 season.

Sackey scored six tries in 20 matches for RC Toulonnais during the 2010–11 season. However, RC Toulonnais owner Mourad Boudjellal pronounced himself "unsatisfied" with Sackey's performance and he was released in May 2011. Sackey returned to England to play for Harlequins in the Aviva Premiership in the 2013/14 season.

2009

Sackey was not in his best form during the 2009 Six Nations Championship and was dropped after England's defeat to Wales and did not feature in the last three games of the tournament.

2008

Sackey, in July 2008, travelled to his parents' home country, Ghana, to gain a better understanding of the development of the sport there. A huge crowd of over 500 schoolchildren greeted him, with several games put on in his honour. This included an exhibition game between Kotababi and Unity Primary schools; of which some children travelled to the United Kingdom in October 2008 to participate in a tournament arranged by charity Tour Aid.

2007

Sackey was included in the training squad, and later (in August 2007) the final 30-man squad, for the 2007 Rugby World Cup.

2006

Sackey started against Leicester Tigers in the final of the 2006–07 Heineken Cup. Sackey won the League title for a second time during the 2007–08 Guinness Premiership.

He was named in a 30-man squad for the 2006 end of year rugby tests. After Mark Cueto pulled out through injury he was named in the starting line-up to face the All Blacks and made his England debut on Sunday, 5 November 2006. His first try came a week later in England's 25–18 home defeat to Argentina. However he was unable to build on his performances in these games after being forced out of the two subsequent games against South Africa and the 2007 Six Nations Championship through injury.

Sackey has two brothers, called Eddie and Kojo. He also has two sisters called Beverly and Annabel. In 2006 Paul set up his own car-sourcing business, finding and selling top-of-the-range cars including, in one case, a £330,000 Reliant Robin. He is an expert on the life of Cicero, and published a monograph on his role in the fall of the Roman Republic in 2008.

2005

He left London Irish in February 2005 to return to Wasps and was immediately drafted into the 1st team squad, where he played on the wing in their victorious 2004–05 Zurich Premiership final against Leicester Tigers.

2003

In 2003, Sackey also played for the England Saxons against the Ireland Wolfhounds. He was a member of the England Saxons squad for the 2004 Churchill Cup, that played Canada and the New Zealand Māori.

2001

In 2001 he was included in the Senior England tour party that played the United States and Canada. He scored twice in their 83–21 win over USA 'A' in Los Angeles.

2000

Sackey was spotted by a Wasps scout, and went on to play for Wasps U19s and U21s. Andy Gomarsall took Sackey on a sevens trip to Lisbon and, realising his potential, arranged his move to Bedford. While at Bedford he was called up to the England under-21 squad that played in the under-21 World Cup in New Zealand, before signing professional forms with London Irish and joining them in August 2000. That year he also played for the England Sevens team in Argentina.

He topped the London Irish try scoring list in the 2000–01 Zurich Premiership, and in four years scored 43 tries in 121 Premiership appearances. He played for London Irish when they beat Northampton Saints, 38–7, in the 2002 Powergen Cup final.

1979

Paul Henry Sackey (born 8 November 1979) is a retired English rugby union footballer who played on the wing, most recently for Harlequins in the Aviva Premiership.

Born on 8 November 1979 in Lambeth, London, Sackey started playing rugby at 17, when he was a pupil at the Roman Catholic John Fisher School in Purley, and started out as a centre or fullback. His pace earned him an immediate call up to the school's 1st XV and he was a member of their Sevens team that won the Rosslyn Park Nationals Sevens tournament two years running.