Lee Briers is one of the most prolific points scorers in the history of Rugby League. A genuine half back, he signed for his boyhood club St Helens in 1996 – after having a trial for Liverpool FC as a child – and made his debut in 1997 when Bobby Goulding was suspended. He went on to march Saints to Wembley but missed out on a Challenge Cup Final appearance. He joined Warrington Wolves soon after and has remained at Wilderspool ever since.
After close to 17 seasons with the Warrington Wolves, he is the club’s top points scorer and was awarded the Lance Todd Trophy for his man-of-the-match performance in the 2010 Challenge Cup Final. While still competing on the pitch at the highest level, Lee is also now nurturing the next batch of Warrington stars as assistant coach of the under 19's side.
Lee lives with his partner Vicky and children Sophie and Reece and is Patron of the Reverse Rett campaign for Rett Syndrome Research UK.