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Mark Calderwood is a former professional rugby league footballer who played in the Super League for the Leeds Rhinos, Wigan Warriors, and Hull FC. He was born on 25 October 1981 in Greenwich, London, England. Calderwood began his career with the Leeds Rhinos in 2000, making his debut against the London Broncos. He went on to make over 100 appearances for the club, scoring over 50 tries. In 2004, he joined the Wigan Warriors, where he made over 100 appearances and scored over 50 tries. In 2008, he joined Hull FC, where he made over 50 appearances and scored over 20 tries. Calderwood retired from professional rugby league in 2011. He is currently the head coach of the London Broncos in the Championship. Calderwood is 39 years old and has a height of 6ft 2in (1.88m). He is currently single. Calderwood has an estimated net worth of $2 million. He has earned his wealth through his career as a professional rugby league footballer.

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Age 42 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 25 October, 1981
Birthday 25 October
Birthplace Greenwich, London, England

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At 42 years old, Mark Calderwood height is 1.83 m and Weight 86 kg.

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Weight 86 kg
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During May 2012, he signed for Co-operative Championship 1 club Workington Town.


Following his departure from Hull FC, he was linked with the likes of the Wakefield Trinity Wildcats, the Crusaders RL and the Salford City Reds, however, no deal was reached. With John Kear the coach at Wakefield Trinity Wildcats, they were the favourites to secure his signature for 2011. However, he accepted a contract at Harlequins RL following a month-long trial.


Calderwood signed for Hull F.C. for the 2009's Super League XIV


He withdrew from the Scotland training squad for the 2008 Rugby League World Cup after being called up by England. In September 2008 he was named in the England training squad for the 2008 Rugby League World Cup, and during October 2008 he was named in the final 24-man England squad. He was named in the England team to face Wales at the Keepmoat Stadium prior to England's departure for the 2008 Rugby League World Cup. but he like many other England stars produced many disappointing performances.


He represented England in the 2006 Federation Shield, scoring 2-tries in the opening match against France. 2002 saw him make his début for Yorkshire in the Origin match, in the 18-22 defeat and retained his place in 2003, scoring a sensational try at Odsal when Yorkshire defeated Lancashire 56–6. He also lifted the European Nations Cup with England, helping them reach the final with a hat trick against Russia in the qualifiers and then four against France in the final, with a man of the match performance and scored a hat trick of tries in the Wigan Warriors's epic 31–30 play-off victory over the Bradford Bulls on 21 September 2007 as the Warriors fought back from a 30–6 deficit but was forced off the field in the following match against Hull F.C. with a broken bone in his lower leg which forced him to miss the Wigan Warriors's last match of 2007's Super League XII against the Leeds Rhinos.


Calderwood made his début for the Wigan Warriors against the Catalans Dragons but it took him 3-months to get his first try for the Wigan Warriors which came against Castleford Tigers during May 2006. The Wigan Warriors spent most of 2006 struggling against relegation from the Super League but despite this he managed to form a good playing connection with the Wigan Warriors fullback Chris Ashton. He did miss several months of 2006's Super League XI with an injury and finished the season with 6-tries.


2005 was another good season, he finished leading Super League try-scorer for the third time with 27 touchdowns in 28 appearances during 2005 and 35-tries in all competitions. During the season he received a runners-up medal in the 2005 Challenge Cup final, having scored a try in the Leeds Rhinos' 24-25 defeat to Hull FC, and another runners-up medal in the 2005 Super League Grand Final in the Leeds Rhinos' 6-15 defeat to the Bradford Bulls. Despite his success with the Leeds Rhinos, he declined a contract extension with the Leeds Rhinos and instead signed a 2-year contract with the Wigan Warriors starting in 2006.


He retained his place in the England team during 2002 and was part of the squad that lost 12-34 to New Zealand. In 2002 the England 'A' squad toured Fiji and Tonga and he played a part in both of England's victories, beating Fiji 44–8 and Tonga 30–18. In 2002 and 2003 he finished the leading try-scorer at the Leeds Rhinos, and the leading try-scorer in the Super League. He played for the Leeds Rhinos as a wing in their 2004 Super League Grand Final victory over the Bradford Bulls. As Super League IX champions, the Leeds Rhinos faced 2004 NRL season premiers, the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs in the 2005 World Club Challenge. He played as a wing and scored a try in the Leeds Rhinos' 39–32 victory.


Calderwood scored over 40-tries in his first season at the Leeds Rhinos Academy which earned him a call up into the first team during 2001. He made his début against London from the bench in the first match of the season he scored his first try for the Leeds Rhinos in a Challenge Cup semi-final against St. Helens, and went to score 12-tries in the rest of the 2001 season. He also won the Eddie Waring Memorial Award as the best try in the 2001 Challenge Cup. He gained international and representative experience with England and Yorkshire. At the end of the 2001's Super League VI he was selected by John Kear for the England Under-21 tour to South Africa. He scored 4-tries in the first match, when England won 112–6 and a further 2-tries in the second match.


He started his playing career at Stanningley ARLFC before signing for the Leeds Rhinos Academy in 2000


Mark Calderwood (born (1981-10-25 ) 25 October 1981) is an English former professional rugby league footballer. An England international representative winger, he has played in the Super League for the Leeds Rhinos, (with whom he won 2004's Super League IX), the Wigan Warriors, Hull F.C. and Harlequins RL.