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Walker’s on! Walker’s on! Two words repeated over and over by then-NSW assistant coach Nathan Brown during a State of Origin game became a calling card for the electric and enigmatic Chris Walker in the early 2000s.

Unpredictable, elusive and with a blinding burst of speed, Walker was one of the NRL’s most feared attacking players during a remarkable NRL career that saw him represent six different Australian clubs, as well as the Catalans Dragons in the European Super League.

A centre, winger or fullback, Walker exploded on the scene with the Brisbane Broncos in 1999, and by 2001 was a part of Queensland’s memorable State of Origin series win.

Walker ultimately played six games for the Maroons across two Origin campaigns in 2001-2002, and was always a threat when he had the ball because of his speed and evasiveness.

After three years with the Broncos, Walker had stints with South Sydney, the Roosters, Melbourne, the Gold Coast Titans, Catalans and then finally Parramatta, before retiring back to the Queensland Cup to play with the Ipswich Jets.

Walker holds a piece of history for the Titans, scoring two tries from the wing in the club’s first NRL game – against the Dragons at Suncorp Stadium in 2007.


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Brisbane Broncos 67 NRL Games
South Sydney Rabbitohs 5 NRL games
Sydney Roosters 47 NRL Games
Melbourne Storm 7 NRL Games
Gold Coast Titans 20 NRL matches
Catalans Dragons 12 SL matches
Parramatta Eels 5 NRL matches
Queensland 6 Origin games

Chris Walker will join a host of former Broncos Greats and Titans Legends in the 2019 Deadly Choices All Stars International, being played at Cbus Super Stadium on Saturday 27 July.

The match will be played as the curtain-raiser to the NRL blockbuster between the Gold Coast Titans and Brisbane Broncos.

The Deadly Choices #AllStar Invitational kicks off from 3:30pm, with the NRL Queensland derby kicking off at 5:30pm.

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Acknowledgement of Country

Gold Coast Titans proudly acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we are situated, the Kombumerri families of the Yugambeh Language Region. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging, and recognise their continuing connections to the lands, waters and their extended communities throughout South East Queensland.