Adam Quinlan – One of the Richest Rugby League Players
Adam Quinlan currently plays fullback for Hull Kingston Rovers in the Kingstone Press Championship. Prior to that he represented St George Illawarra Dragons of National Rugby League and St Helens in Super League.
He has made 12 appearances and scored six tries throughout his career, which began as an intern. Additionally, he holds both a Bachelor’s Degree and Juris Doctorate, serving as Manager of Broadband Consulting at Tilson Technology.
Early Life and Education
Adam Quinlan’s parents were concerned for his wellbeing after discovering a tumor had formed in his brain and sought guidance and assistance from medical and legal professionals to remove it from his head. They eventually succeeded.
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Adam brings years of real estate industry expertise, with a particular focus on technology. Licensed both in Maine and Massachusetts, Adam has extensive experience working on complex platforms, content managed web applications and custom internal frameworks – as well as spending time in private practice as an attorney specializing in law and technology intersection.
He began his professional rugby league career with the Parramatta Eels before making the switch to Super League club St Helens for 2016. While at St Helens he helped them win the New South Wales Cup and also was a key component of Illawarra Cutters team.
Tim is one of the co-founders of Quinlan Development Group and oversees all aspects of its operation – investment/development and project management included – for which he has closed on over $750 Million worth of equity and debt transactions in Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Achievement and Honors
Adam Quinlan has been honored with recognition from both GLIAC All-Academic Excellence Team and D2 ADA Academic Achievement Award. Adam currently plays for Wentworthville Magpies, Parramatta Eels feeder club in Intrust Super Premiership.
He made his NRL debut against the Gold Coast Titans on March 9, 2013 at Cbus Super Stadium as fullback in their 15-14 loss, before later transitioning onto their New South Wales Cup team, Illawarra Cutters.
Illawarra won the 2016 NSW Cup, defeating Mount Pritchard 21-20 in the final. Following that success, he rejoined St George-Illawarra Dragons on a 1-year contract and scored six tries while with them.
Adam is a licensed Part 107 drone operator who combines his love for photography with aerial filming to deliver breathtaking footage for clients at a reasonable cost and in an enjoyable experience. His goal is to deliver quality service that provides value while exceeding client expectations.
Quinlan represented the Dragons at the inaugural NRL Auckland Nines tournament before moving up to Illawarra Cutters of their New South Wales Cup team, before signing a one-year contract with Parramatta Eels but was never able to play first grade football for them, before signing with Super League club St Helens on a short-term deal.
He currently represents Hull Kingston Rovers in the Championship as a fullback, having represented Australia and making appearances with Great Britain national rugby league team in his former life.
Adam Quinlan is one of the Wealthiest Rugby League Players with a net worth estimated at $5 Million, having been born 13 November 1992.
At fullback in St. George Illawarra Dragons’ game against Gold Coast Titans in Round 9 of 2013, former Culburra Dolphins junior club member Nick Madeley made his NRL debut and assisted Daniel Vidot to score an unassisted try against them with his outstanding flick pass play. His flick pass enabled Daniel Vidot to score and ensured an important win for St. George Illawarra Dragons against Gold Coast.
At the 2014 NRL Auckland Nines, Quinlan made headlines as an outstanding fullback for the Dragons National Youth Competition side, scoring three tries for them and leading them to victory against St Helens. Later released from his club when Lachlan Coote from St Helens was signed, Quinlan later joined up with Blake Wallace at Championship club Leigh Centurions.