After five seasons at Leeds Rhinos, Brad Dwyer takes on a new challenge as Hull FC’s number 33.
The hooker joined the Rhinos in 2018 from the Warrington Wolves and helped the club to Challenge Cup glory in 2020.
In 2022, his heroics were key to sending Leeds down the road to Old Trafford though he was left out of the play-offs.
Now though he is headed to Hull FC and as he prepares for the new season he underlined his excitement at a Hall of Fame event last night at the club:
“I’m really excited to be here. It’s a fresh start for me, and I’m really keen to prove myself and show people what I can do.”
He also believes he is more than the “impact hooker” most people see him as:
“I think I’ve shown over the last few years that I’m more than an impact hooker – I think I’ve matured and I’ll continue to do that in this new environment.”
Dwyer, who has only signed a one year deal at the club, explained why he chose Hull FC believing the club has the potential to win:
“There’s two main reasons I came here – Rugby League is a short career and I want to win. I see a lot of potential in this playing group. And I want to play in front of Hull’s great fanbase too.”
🗣️ BD: "There's two main reasons I came here – Rugby League is a short career and I want to win. I see a lot of potential in this playing group. And I want to play in front of Hull’s great fanbase too."
— Hull FC (@hullfcofficial) January 25, 2023