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Abbas Miski

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A prolific finisher on the wing, Miski shot up in the ranks in a Top Try Scoring season in 2023.

Abbas Miski is a 28 year-old Lebanese international from New South Wales, Australia. Standing at 6ft, the Winger represented Lebanon at U18 level in 2013.

He also played winger for Lebanon in 2017 World Cup and most recently the rescheduled RLWC2021 held in England.

In 2019, Miski signed for Black Workers Sea Eagles, a feeder team for Manly before being called into Manly Warringah Sea Eagles first team to make his debut in 2019, in the same year he was top try scorer for Black Workers with 12 tries. Miski was called in to first team squad for Manly’s final game of the season in 2020, scoring two tries in a loss.

The winger signed for London Broncos for the 2021 season, where in 13 appearances for Broncos, he scored 12 tries before he joined Wigan for the 2022 season on a three-year deal.

Miski made his debut against Toulouse in March 2022 and scored his first try for the Club against Wakefield Trinity at the DW Stadium on Easter Monday 2022. His debut season at the Club saw Miski make 9 appearances, scoring 8 tries.

In 2023, Miski spend some time on loan before being called into the first team following some injuries. The Lebanon international then cemented his spot on the Warriors wing, going on to play 26 games, scoring 29 tries in all competitions and finished Top Try Scorer both for Wigan and in Betfred Super League.

Miski won his first silverware with the Club in 2023, lifting both the League Leaders’ Shield and the Super League trophy.

Abbas Miski was part of the Warriors team to hold all four trophies at the same time after adding the Betfred World Club Challenge and Challenge Cup to his honours in 2024.

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Leaders Shield



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World Club Challenge



Challenge Cup



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