Jonny Wilkinson | $ 21 Million
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Jonny Wilkinson Net Worth

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Net Worth $ 21 Million
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Born on: 25th May 79 Born in: United Kingdom Marital status: Married Occupation:
Jonny Wilkinson net worth is estimated at $ 21 million. Jonny Wilkinson, Fly-half/Inside Centre is a professional rugby player from the United Kingdom. Jonny was acknowledged as one of the world’s best rugby union players during the 2003 Rugby World Cup. Jonny started playing as an inside centre at Newcastle School of Rugby competing with international veterans  Inga Tuigamala, and British Lion Alan Tait. He was only 18 when his international career began on April 4 1998. Jonny Wilkinson net worth started to accumulate after he started to play in the England team in all their matches in the 1999 Five Nations Championship. In his play in the Falcons team in their 1999 Tetley’s Bitter Cup final, their team was defeated by the London Wasps. He had his Rugby World Cup debut against Italy in a win score of 67-7. In 2000, Wilkinson played in all five of England's 2000 Six Nations Championship matches. Wilkinson was picked as the first choice fly-half and goal kicker for the 2001 British Lions tour to Australia. Wilkinson was named Man of the Match after England became the 2003 champions. He was also voted the BBC Sports Personality of the Year and also named the 2003 IRB International Player of the Year. In 2004, Wilkinson had a broken facet in his shoulder resulting for him to miss the 2004 Six Nations Championship and the opening matches of the 2005 Six Nations Championship. In 2006 until 2007, Wilkinson settled back into the Falcons and was able to play in all 5 of England's 2006 Six Nations Championship games. On Saturday, 6 May 2006, Wilkinson started as captain in the Falcons last 2005-06 Guinness Premiership game of the season. On  September 8, Wilkinson had a knee injury when one of his team members fell on him after he was tackled. Due to his injury, Wilkinson missed the opening games of the 2007 Rugby World Cup against the United States and then South Africa. On February 2, 2008, Wilkinson scored 14 points against Wales but England put in a poor display to fall 19–26 after squandering a 10-point lead at half-time. On September 14 2008 Wilkinson return to game against Northampton as he recovered from his shoulder surgery. In May 2009, Wilkinson has ended his 12 years with the Falcons and joins the French team Toulon for the 2009-10 Top 14 season. In 2010, Wilkinson's international career was severely disrupted due to his knee ligaments, arm, and shoulder and kidney injuries to which in return negatively affected Jonny Wilkinson net worth. On 12 December 2011, he announced his retirement from Test Rugby. But in April 2013 he played the full 80 minutes in the Heineken Cup Quarter-Final, scoring all 21 points against Leicester Tigers, Wilkinson then landed 7 penalties and a drop goal to defeat Owen Farrell's Saracen F.C. Wilkinson finished as the ERC European Player of the Year for the 2013 tournament.
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