14 Facts About Amos Roberts


Amos Roberts scored 17 tries in 2005 and 18 tries in 2006.


Amos Roberts injured his knee at the start of the 2007 season and made his return in Round 3 against the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles.


Amos Roberts scored his first try of 07 in Round 13 against the North Queensland Cowboys.


In October 2008, Amos Roberts was released from the final year of his contract with the Roosters to take up a four-year deal with English Super League club Wigan Warriors.


In 2010 Amos Roberts has been in scintillating form scoring in all but 3 of his 10 appearances for Wigan including a hat-trick away at Castleford Tigers.


Amos Roberts's performances have helped put Wigan at the top of Super League and have potentially put him forward for the end-of-season Man of Steel award.


Amos Roberts recovered to play the Leeds Rhinos on 29 May 2010 but struggled to get back into form.


In 2011 season Amos Roberts made only 6 appearances for the club, spending much of it in the reserves unable to force his way into the squad.


On 12 May 2012 Amos Roberts announced his retirement after several failed comebacks from the injury and complications that arose.


Amos Roberts scored 22 points on debut with the St George-Illawarra Dragons on 6 May 2000 against the Auckland Warriors.


Amos Roberts was selected as the Dally M Winger of the Year in 2004.


Amos Roberts has represented four times for Country vs City since 2004 and twice been selected to play in a Prime Minister's XIII.


Amos Roberts is the uncle of the rugby league footballer James Roberts.


In 2004, Amos Roberts won the Deadly award for Outstanding Achievement in Rugby League.