|Full name||Lewis Charnock|
|Born||2 September 1994|
Warrington, Cheshire, England
|Height||5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)|
|Weight||13 st 1 lb (83 kg)|
|Position||Scrum-half, Stand-off, Hooker|
As of 29 October 2019
Lewis Charnock (Born 2 September 1994rugby league footballer who plays for the Oldham Roughyeds (Heritage № 1419) in the Betfred Championship. He plays as a stand-off, scrum-half or hooker. He previously played for St. Helens (Heritage № 1205) in the Super League.) is an English
Charnock made his St Helens début against Salford City Reds on 22 March 2013 and kicked 3 goals. After failing to appear in the first team in 2014, Charnock made a further three appearances in 2015, scoring his first two tries for the club in a win over Wakefield Trinity.
He featured in Round 5 (Oldham) and in Round 17 (Workington Town) to Round 19 (Halifax) then in Round 21 (Whitehaven) to Round 23 (Featherstone Rovers). Charnock played in the Championship Shield Game 1 (Whitehaven) to Game 2 (Halifax) then in Game 7 (Sheffield Eagles) to the Final (Sheffield Eagles). He scored against Workington Town (1 try), Oldham (1 try, 3 goals), Whitehaven (5 goals), Halifax (6 goals), Sheffield Eagles (1 try, 7 goals) and Dewsbury Rams (4 goals).
Charnock joined Barrow for the 2017 season.
Categories: 1994 births | Living people | Barrow Raiders players | Bradford Bulls players | English rugby league players | Leigh Centurions players | Oldham R.L.F.C. players | Rochdale Hornets players | Rugby league halfbacks | St Helens R.F.C. players