After eleven seasons with the Sydney Roosters, we say farewell to Mitchell Pearce in 2018.

There have been many highlights throughout Pearce's career, including becoming the youngest player in NRL history to ever play 200 matches in the top grade. 

He debuted in Round 3 against the North-Queensland Cowboys in 2007 as a 17 year old, and played his final game for the Roosters against the Cowboys in the Semi-Final of 2017. 

In 2010 he played in his first NRL Grand Final against the St. George-Illawarra Dragons, and would go onto win his first Premiership with the Club in 2013. 

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

WINNING THE 2013 PREMIERSHIP

REPRESENTING NEW SOUTH WALES

REPRESENTING THE NRL ALL STARS

PLAYING HIS 200TH NRL GAME

CAREER STATS

GAMES PLAYED: 238 | TRIES: 62 | WIN PERCENTAGE: 52.52% | WINS: 125