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Former NRL star Jarryd Hayne committed to stand trial on another sexual assault charge

1988: Jarryd Hayne is born in Sydney, the son of Manoa Thompson and Jodie Hayne.

1994: Hayne begins playing junior rugby league in western Sydney.

2006: Hayne makes his NRL debut for the Parramatta Eels aged 18 agains the Penrith Panthers.

2007: The speedster makes his representative debut for New South Wales and Australia.

2008: He signs a $2million extension with Parramatta.

2008: Hayne was shot by a bikie gang member during a night out in Sydney’s Kings Cross, an event he said was a turning point in his life.

2008: After missing out on a place in the Kangaroos World Cup squad he plays for Fiji, later turning to religion.

2009: The star fullback leads the Eels to the NRL Grand Final and wins his first Dally M Medal.

2014: Hayne wins a second Dally M Medal and leads the NRL in tries scored.

2014: He announces his departure from rugby league to attempt a career in the NFL.

2015: Hayne signs a three-year contract for US$1.58million with the San Francisco 49ers.

2015: Hayne is accused of raping a virgin during a night out in San Jose, California – an allegation Hayne denies.

2016: He retires from the NFL and joins the Fiji rugby sevens team in the hopes of making the 2016 Rio Olympics.

2016: Hayne returns to the NRL signing with the Gold Coast Titans on a million-dollar contract.

2018: He signs with the Parramatta Eels on a cheaper-than-usual contract.

2018: Hayne is charged with aggravated sexual assault relating to an alleged incident on grand final night in the Hunter region.

2019: Hayne is charged over second allegation he caused actual bodily harm during the alleged 2018 rape. 

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