Connor Hudson began playing with the Sharks in 2001 and has played in a few junior grade Premiership winning teams including the club’s inaugural U18’s Premiership, in 2014 at 17 years of age.
He backed up in reserve grade and made his first grade debut against Canning Bulldogs.
In 2016 Connor played his first full regular season in first grade playing all 18 games and won the NRLWA First Grade Top Try Scorer Award with 20 Tries and the Club’s Courage Award.
This current 2017 season he has played 13 First Grade games scoring 10 Tries and 4 Reserve Grade scoring 6 Tries, he also was selected for and played in the winning Perth City Team in the NRLWA ANZAC Challenge Match earlier in the year and the club’s inaugural First Grade Minor Premiership Team last weekend.
This weekend on the Club’s 30th Anniversary, Connor becomes 1 of only 3 players within the club’s history to play 250 club games at 20 years of age, he is also the youngest player to achieve this milestone within the club.
Many congratulations to Connor on a magnificent achievement.