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Ryan Hall leaves Hull KR with winger for Leeds Rhinos to return

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Ryan Hall will leave Hull KR at the end of the season. The winger, who joined the club in 2021, has announced his decision to leave, with a return to Leeds Rhinos on the horizon.

Hall would return to Headingley to take his final bow. During his time with the Rhinos he was instrumental in the club’s best period, helping the club to six Grand Finals, two World Club Challenges and two Challenge Cups during a twelve trophy-filled year at his boyhood club.

Clearly, Hall is guaranteed an off-field job once he decides to hang up the boots, whether that’s late next year or beyond. This brings to an end four excellent seasons at Rovers, during which he helped the club rise through the Super League and become contenders. His time at the club saw the Robins regularly reach the semi-finals and he featured in the 2023 Challenge Cup final. He scored 52 tries in 83 appearances for the club.

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In a club statement, Robins head coach Willie Peters said: “Ryan (Hall) has been extremely supportive since I joined the club. He has played a key role in our leadership group and also a key role in our performances on the pitch. His career speaks for itself. ahead of himself with what he did in the game.

“Hally has 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 plenty to achieve. I know that Ryan wants that.” leaves Hull KR on a high. That is the professional Hally and always will be.”

His return will delight supporters as Hall is still regarded as one of the club’s greats. In 330 appearances for the club, Hall scored 223 tries, placing him fifth in the club’s all-time charts. He is also England’s all-time leading try scorer, scoring 39 times in 42 matches for his country. He turns 37 later this year, but doesn’t feel like hanging up his boots yet.

Rovers, who are closely linked with Catalans Dragons winger Tom Davies, also have Joe Burgess on their books, albeit only until the end of the season.