Donald, born on the 14th February 1980, is just 25 years old and joins the Rhinos at the peak of his career. An out-and-out winger, he has been second in the try NRL try scoring tables for the last two seasons, and he will see the chance to play outside Keith Senior and Chev Walker as a mouthwatering prospect.|
Weighing in at just over 13 stones, and standing just over six feet, Donald has the physique and pace to rapidly become a SouthStanders favourite.
The Rhinos will be his fourth club, having played for North Queensland Cowboys and Paramatta Eels before joining the Sea Eagles in 2002. He made his debut in 1998 but has so far failed to gain any representative honours.
Scott has scored sixty-three tries in eighty-seven NRL appearances, with 18 in 24 appearances in 2004 and eight in fourteen so far this season.
If Calderwood was looking for his bluff to be called, I think that it has been. Hopefully this will also mean that Bai and McKenna get one year extensions to their contracts that expire at the end of this year, or perhaps it is just the start of Hetheringtons buying spree. Now is the time that any player wanting success will have the Rhinos a the top of their 'to play for' list!