- Jesse Arthars
- Date of Birth
- Place of Birth
- Auckland, New Zealand
- 95 kg
- New Zealand
- Warriors #
- Warriors Debut (Date and Match Details)
- Round 2, 2022 vs Gold Coast Titans
- Junior Club
- East Coast Barracudas, Helensvale Hornets
- Signed From
- Brisbane Broncos
- Wikipedia Page
The 23-year-old, who has made 29 first-grade appearances in the past three seasons, started playing rugby league with the East Coast Bays Barracudas in Auckland and later the Helensvale Hornets when his family moved to the Gold Coast.
He had stints in the Melbourne Storm and South Sydney systems before making his NRL debut with the Titans in 2019. Following 12 appearances in his rookie season he signed a two-year contract with Brisbane, going on to play 17 times and scoring six tries for the Broncos in the past two seasons.
In his two under-20 seasons with the Storm in 2016 and 2017, Arthars played 44 games scoring 408 points from 22 tries and 160 goals.
Arthars was set to play his game of the season in Round 6 against the Penrith Panthers before falling ill the day before the game and was replaced by Corey Oates.
In the 2021 NRL season, Arthars eventually played his first game of the season against the Gold Coast Titans scoring a try, as Brisbane achieved their greatest ever comeback coming back from 22-0 down, then winning 36-28. Arthars played 11 games scoring 5 tries and kicking 2 goals in the 2021 NRL season.
On 30 November, Brisbane agreed to loan Arthars to the New Zealand Warriors for the 2022 season before returning to the Brisbane club in 2023.
On 19th March 2022 Arthars made his Warriors debut against the Gold Coast Titans.