Scott Prince is an all Queensland Rugby League product, moving from Mount Isa to Townsville after being given an opportunity to begin his NRL start with the North Queensland Cowboys 'Young Guns' team.
After signing with Brisbane, Prince made his debut in the sides World Club Challenge match against St Helens. Between 2001 & 2003, Prince managed only 28 NRL games for the Broncos, two serious leg injuries resulted in him being released from Brisbane and signing with NRL expansion club, the Wests Tigers.
It proved to be a master move for the classy half back who represented Queensland in all three State of origin matches in 2004, before leading the Wests Tigers to the 2005 NRL Premiership, the number 7 named Clive Churchill medal winner for the Grand finals best on field, becoming the first player from the joint venture club to gain national team selection when he was named in the Kangaroos squad.
Signing with the Gold Coast Titans ahead of their debut season in 2007, Prince captained the club on 124 occasions, scoring 32 tries and a massive 719 points. Much to the dismay of Titans fans around the country, Prince was released by the Titans in 2012 and quickly snapped up by M1 rivals Brisbane where he played out his NRL career including a memorable 300th and final premiership season match at Suncorp Stadium. The match was also Scott's 50th for the Broncos and brought the curtain down on an amazing on-field career.
Scott who currently works in community and in a coaching capacity with Brisbane will represent the Broncos during the inaugural Deadly Choices Old Boys invitational at Cbus Super Stadium on Sunday July 8th, but don't be surprised if you see him pull on the Titans jersey at the half time break!
Scott prince represented
- NRL Indigenous All stars
- Prime ministers XIII