The Great GI. Where do you even start? Whether at Fullback or in the Centres, Greg Inglis was one of the most feared outside backs of the modern era.
In the Centres he forged a career similar to the likes of Mal Meninga; strong, powerful through the hips - an icon of the game.
The biggest trait GI had especially when at left centre was that big right hand fend. Inglis’ ability to skip on the outside and isolate his opposing centre, then put on a big ‘don’t argue’ was one of the best sights for any rugby league fan.
Greg Inglis Menulog Team of the Decade - Centre
While Inglis played 114 NRL Matches at Fullback and 93 in the Centres, Inglis dominated the Origin arena in the centres playing 29 of his 37 Origin matches wearing the number three.
Greg played 39 Tests for Australia and 32 State of Origin games for Queensland, is currently State of Origin’s leading try scorer of all time, and won the Golden Boot award as the world’s best player in 2009. He is also a two-time George Piggins Medalist as the Rabbitohs’ best and fairest player in a particular season