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Paul McGregor was born on 31 December, 1967 in Wollongong, Australia. Discover Paul McGregor's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 53 years old?

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Age 54 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 31 December 1967
Birthday 31 December
Birthplace Wollongong, Australia
Nationality Australia

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Paul McGregor Height, Weight & Measurements

At 54 years old, Paul McGregor height is 1.92 m and Weight 96 kg (15 st 2 lb).

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Height 1.92 m
Weight 96 kg (15 st 2 lb)
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Paul McGregor Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
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On 18 April 2019, McGregor was granted a 2-year contract extension by St George Illawarra, keeping him at the club until the end of the 2021 season. After St George Illawarra's 40–18 defeat against Penrith in Round 18 of the 2019 NRL season which left St George in 14th position on the ladder, McGregor came under intense media criticism after he chose to rest Ben Hunt for the game.

In the 2019 NRL season, McGregor coached the joint venture to their worst finish; 15th place. The only thing keeping St. George Illawarra from 16th place were the Gold Coast Titans. McGregor was given a contract extension after St. George Illawarra won four of their first six games. McGregor lead the club to win just 3 of their last 18 games, and five-match losing streaks from rounds 7–11 and again from rounds 16–20.


In the 2018 season, McGregor guided St George Illawarra to a 7th-place finish as they qualified for the finals. At one point, St George Illawarra were sitting equal first on the ladder after 20 rounds but for the third season in a row, the club suffered a late season form slump winning just 4 from the remaining 11 matches. McGregor himself came under criticism for the form slump with some sections of the media claiming his job was on the line. In week one of the finals, St George faced Brisbane at Suncorp Stadium with the home side being heavily fancied before the match. St George went on to defeat Brisbane 48–18.


In 2017, many predicted the Dragons to finish in the bottom four, due to a disappointing 2016 season, where the Dragons were extremely poor in attack. In Round 1 2017, St George Illawarra beat the Penrith Panthers 42–10. St George Illawarra would go on to lose in Round 2, but win the next 5 games in a row. Due to improved form, the McGregor was re-signed by the Dragons on 8 June 2017, until the end of 2019. In the second half of the 2017 season, St George suffered a terrible drop in form with the club winning only 4 of the last 11 matches. This drop in form culminated with the club losing against Canterbury in the last round of the regular season. Before the match, St George only needed victory over their lower placed opponents to qualify for the finals as North Queensland had lost the earlier match. Due to St George losing the game, North Queensland went on to finish in 8th place and qualify for the finals. This eventually lead to North Queensland reaching the 2017 NRL Grand Final.


In 2015, McGregor coached the Dragons to finish in 8th position. This was the club's first finals appearance since 2011.


Following the announcement of the sacking of incumbent first grade coach, Steve Price, McGregor was elevated to coach of the top tier team in May 2014, initially until the end of the 2014 season. Following improved form, McGregor was announced as the full-time head coach for the next three seasons until the end of 2017.


The following week, St George Illawarra played South Sydney in the second elimination final. The Dragons lead late until the end of the match when Adam Reynolds kicked 3 field goals to win the match for Souths 13–12.


McGregor coached the Illawarra NSW Cup team in 2012 and 2013 before taking up the assistant position at St George Illawarra. His successor at the Illawarra Cutters was another former Illawarra player, Ian Millward.


In 2011, the Illawarra Rugby League's centenary year, McGregor was named at centre in the Illawarra 'team of the century'.


In 2009, with Wayne Bennett joining the club, McGregor left and took up the head coaching job at the Western Suburbs Red Devils club in the Illawarra Rugby League competition.


McGregor joined the Dragons' coaching staff in 2002 as a strength and conditioning coach, a position he also held with the NSW Blues.


McGregor was sidelined by a shoulder injury and so could not represent Scotland at the 2000 Rugby League World Cup


McGregor played his club football for the Illawarra Steelers and then the merged St George Illawarra Dragons at the commencement of their joint venture in 1999. He remained with the club and was appointed interim coach following the sacking of Steve Price part-way through the 2014 NRL season. He played for the Country Origin, New South Wales and Australia at international level.

McGregor was the foundation captain of the St. George-Illawarra joint venture from 1999, leading the team into the 1999 NRL Grand Final against the Melbourne Storm. He spent time on the sidelines with injury that year and following a shoulder reconstruction he did not play during the entire 2000 NRL season. McGregor returned to the club in 2001 on an incentive based contract and retired at the end of the season, having played 34 games with the joint venture club.


He was Man of the Match in Game II of the 1997 State of Origin series.


Paul McGregor made his Test debut for Australia from the bench in a one-off Test against France on 6 July 1994, scoring a try in the Kangaroos record 58–0 win at the Parramatta Stadium in Sydney. At the end of the 1994 NSWRL season, he was selected to the 1994 Kangaroo tour, though his tour came to a premature end with a hamstring injury suffered in the Kangaroos 80–2 win over the Sheffield Eagles.


McGregor represented the NSW Blues in fourteen State of Origin games between 1992 and 1998. He added a touch of class to the Blues backline in the 1990s with his trademark step and wonderful offloads. He was a powerful runner of the football out wide and provided a great combination with his club teammate, Blues winger Rod Wishart.


McGregor played five seasons of first grade at Dapto before being signed by the Steelers at age 23 in 1991. He made his first grade debut in round 1 against the Penrith Panthers at WIN Stadium on 17 March.

He had played 124 games with the Steelers club from 1991 to 1998, scoring 44 tries. He was a part of the Steelers 1992 Tooheys Challenge winning side that defeated the Brisbane Broncos.


Paul "Mary" McGregor (born 31 December 1967) is an Australian professional rugby league coach who is the head coach of the St. George Illawarra Dragons in the NRL, and a former professional rugby league footballer who played as a centre in the 1990s and 2000s.