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Ryan Hall will leave Hull KR at the end of 2024 to move to the Super League – Total Rugby League

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Hull KR have confirmed that Ryan Hall will leave the club at the end of the 2024 season in a move he ‘can’t turn down’.

That move, thus Leeds Livewill see Hall return to Leeds Rhinos, where he made his name.

After signing for Hull KR ahead of the 2021 Super League season, the former Oulton junior made his debut for the club against Catalans Dragons in the first round of the 2021 Betfred Super League, where he scored a hat-trick .

Since then, the 36-year-old has been an integral part of the Robins’ three-quarter line and has helped the side progress both on and off the pitch as they look to establish themselves in the Super League’s top four.

After his debut, Hall made 83 appearances for the Robins, crossing the whitewash 52 times and playing for the club in the 2023 Challenge Cup final.

Ryan Hall said of his time at Hull KR and his new journey for 2025: “I am very grateful that the club contacted me in 2020 and wanted my services. My time in the NRL was plagued by injuries and age was not on my side, the club had every reason not to be interested in me.

“But Hull KR believed in me. I always had the desire to continue and when I joined the club I wanted to repay that on the pitch and show that I still had a lot in me.

“These three and a few years have been great. I have seen the club transform into a real top four team. I’d like to think I’ve left the place better than I found it and I’m very proud of the progress we’ve made at Hull KR.

“We have not been successful yet, but we are a challenge for success. We are a good team and we aim to be among the teams competing for silverware at the end of the year.

“We are in the semi-finals of the Challenge Cup and we are aiming for the top four in the Super League. It is very pleasant to see this development in recent years.

“They say ‘Once a Robin, Always a Robin’ and I believe in that. I think when I look back on my time at Hull KR I will look back on it very fondly. I hope I have done enough to earn the appreciation of our fans.

“As I approach the end of my career, I need to think about my next career steps and what is best for me and my family. The word transition gets thrown around much later in your career and an opportunity has presented itself that I can’t refuse.

“I would like to thank Hull KR, the fans and everyone around the club for all their support. I still have quality rugby left in me and I’m looking forward to ending my time at Hull KR on a high. Once a Robin, always a Robin.”

Hull KR Head Coach Willie Peters paid tribute to the winger: “Ryan (Hall) has been hugely supportive since I joined the club. He has played an important role in our leadership group and also an important role in our performance on the field. His career speaks for itself with what he has done in the game.

“Hally helped make Hull KR the team and club we are today and leaves the club in a better position.

‘Ryan’s time at Hull KR is far from over. We still have a lot to achieve and there is still more to write about his chapter at the club. I know Ryan Hull wants to leave KR on a high. That is the professional that Hally is and always will be.”

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