2024 First Team Stats

Tries
3
Appearances
17
Age
33
Weight
88.8
Height
178

Jonny is a half-back who pulls the strings for the Saints 🧠©

He broke into the first team squad in 2011 – after making his debut at Wakefield in 2009 – and made his selection a foregone conclusion for the rest of the season playing in the 2011 Grand Final.

Lightning quick off the mark and a great rugby league brain, his performances led him to be selected for the England Knights and then the full Elite train on squad.

Unfortunately, he missed out on the Four Nations with ankle ligament damage and another injury curtailed his chances in the 2012 Autumn International series.

In 2013 he made the full back position his own and immediately established himself as one of the best in the competition.

His last three campaigns have been dogged by injury but in 2016 he made a welcome return in an emotional home game against Leeds. The rest of the season saw him become the comp’s best fullback and he was rewarded by playing four times in for England.

19 games followed in 2017 and he played for England in the Rugby League World Cup.

2018 saw Lomax switched to stand-off and he was stellar, earning a call-up to the England side once more for the 2018 Test series with New Zealand as well as the Dream Team.

2019 was a stand-out year for Lomax. Not only did he become a father and enjoy a well-earned Testimonial, but he starred in the halves and led Saints to Grand Final glory. He scored 19 times in 30 appearances and set up a further 21 scores. His form earned him another spot in the Super League Dream Team whilst he walked away with the three main honours at the club awards night. Jonny was also named Albert Goldthorpe Winner and represented Great Britain on their first tour since 2013.

2020 again saw Lomax pull the strings in the halves as he topped the Super League charts for try assists earning him a Dream Team inclusion.

A year later, Lomax again impressed and was again named in the Dream Team as well as being up for a Man of Steel nomination as he helped Saints win Three Super League Grand Final’s and a first Challenge Cup for 13 years.

Consistent as ever, Jonny led from the front and was instrumental in 2022 as the Red V returned to Old Trafford again in 2022 and secured an historic fourth straight Super League championship, picking up the Harry Sunderland Award for the Player of the Match in the Grand Final.

In 2023 Lomax added to his astonishing trophy haul with a seismic World Club Challenge win over Penrith Panthers in Australia, meaning that he had now won every Club trophy that there is to be won. In the iconic James Roby’s final season as a player, Lomax was an ever-present playing in 33 matches in the campaign.

Ahead of the 2024 season, it was confirmed that Jonny would be taking over Roby as the Club’s Captain – an honour that means the world to the boyhood St.Helens supporter. It was double delight for supporters too with confirmation that the Red V’s number #6 extended his contract until the end of 2026.

Our captain is relentless leader who demands the best from himself, Jonny Lomax is a truly incredible Saint.

Profile Last updated 24 Jul 24

Career Appearances
343
Career Points
786
Career Tries
136
Career Goals
119
Seasons
16
Saints Debut
Wakefield (A)
2009
SeasonAppTriesGoalsDGPoints
20241738129
202333121050
20223087147
2021232008
20202140016
201930190076
201831170068
20171980032
201618100040
201550000
20141552024
2013191225098
20122916461157
20112991139
201016928092
2009821010

Profile Last updated 24 Jul 24