|Date of Birth
Jake Brady, 30, was born in Pontefract and started his career with his hometown team before signing for Harrogate, where he was named captain and made more than 200 appearances over eight seasons. Brady joined Carnegie from Darlington Mowden Park, where he has played for the last two seasons.
At Harrogate he won the Yorkshire Cup on three occasions and also represented Yorkshire from 2012 until 2019.
He studied sport at Leeds Beckett University and combines his rugby with his day job as a teacher.
One of the most memorable games he has played in was for Pontefract 7s when he lined up next to his brother and dad.
He is a big cycling fan and credits Derek Eves and Mike Aspinall as having the greatest influence on his rugby.
Away from his rugby achievements - Jake still credits his incredible winning record of 26 battles with the same conker as one of his greatest achievements!
If he won the lottery he would buy an island off the coast of Scotland and if he could travel back in time he would go back and invent Apple.