Luke Ricketson has made a seamless transition from professional rugby league into the media. Since retiring from the game Luke has joined Channel Nine's top rating Footy Show.
He has also appeared on Dancing with the Stars and been a regular host on the popular Channel Seven show Sydney Weekender.
A fashion ambassador for the AJC and Herringbone labels he is known for his good sense of style.
Luke made his first grade debut for the Roosters at the age of 18. He represented Australia and NSW and still holds the club record of 301 games for the Roosters.
In the professional age where player loyalty is usually the result of the biggest offer, Luke's loyalty to play his full career at the one club says a lot about him as a person.
In 2004-2005, he was ambassador for Samsung's Digital Hope charity. Last year the NSW Government chose him to head up its School & Fitness initiative. Luke now hosts the Chairman's Club entertaining the Roosters special guests at home games.
Always approachable, impeccably presented and very articulate Luke is the ideal celebrity guest or MC for your next function. Luke Ricketson is also available for media work, sponsorship campaigns and marketing opportunities.
Luke Ricketson travels from New South Wales Australia
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