2024 First Team Stats

Tries
3
Appearances
12
Age
31
Weight
91
Height
183

9️⃣ Clark is one of Super League’s best talents…

Daryl joined St.Helens and became only the third man to have the number #9 shirt at St.Helens in 30 years, following in the footsteps of two of the Saints’ greatest players – Keiron Cunningham and James Roby.

Known for his darting runs from dummy half, and industrious defending, the dynamic hooker is a Steve Prescott Man of Steel recipient and has also won the League Leaders’ Shield and the Challenge Cup before joining the Red V.

Clark began his professional rugby league career with his hometown club Castleford Tigers, making his debut in 2011, and broke through as one of the hottest young talents in the sport and one to keep an eye out on.

2014 was the season Clark went from hot prospect to undoubted star, winning both the Young Player of the Year and the Steve Prescott Man of Steel Award, playing his part in Castleford getting to Wembley. It would be his final season at the Tigers before making a big move to Warrington Wolves.

In his time with the Wire, Clark played in three Challenge Cup Finals and two Grand Finals, lifting the Challenge Cup in 2019 at Wembley where he scored and earned the Lance Todd Trophy as the Man of the Match. On the International stage, Clark has played for both England eleven times, Great Britain twice and the England Knights once.

Daryl made his St.Helens debut in February 2024, scoring a trademark hooker’s try with a dummy half run and besting four London Broncos defenders to score in front of the West Stand supporters at the Totally Wicked Stadium.

Profile Last updated 13 May 24

Career Appearances
12
Career Points
12
Career Tries
3
Career Goals
0
Seasons
1
Saints Debut
London (H)
2024
SeasonAppTriesGoalsDGPoints
20241230012

Profile Last updated 13 May 24