Joshua Addo-Carr is an Australian professional rugby league footballer who plays as a winger for the Melbourne Storm in the NRL and Australia at international level. The Telstra Tracker has shown the Storm premiership winger to be the quickest current player, clocking him at a top speed of 38.5km/h. He began his career with the Wests Tigers in the National Rugby League. Addo-Carr won the 2017 NRL Premiership with the Storm. He played for NSW City and helped New South Wales win the 2018 State of Origin in his Origin debut series.
About Josh Addo-Carr
Australian professional rugby player known for his work as a winger for the Melbourne Storm club in the National Rugby League. He is also known for his work with the Wests Tigers and the New South Wales club.
He first began playing rugby at the age of three. He began playing for the Earlwood Saints academy. His junior career began with the La Perouse Panthers and Moore Park club. He made his NRL season debut in 2016.
He is known for having won the 2017 NRL Grand Final and the 2018 World Club Challenge
He is the grandson of former professional boxer Wally Carr.
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- Wests Tigers NSW Cup players
- New South Wales City Origin rugby league team players
- Melbourne Storm players
- Indigenous Australian rugby league players
- Wests Tigers players
- New South Wales Rugby League State of Origin players
- Australia national rugby league team players