Brad Dwyer’s new Super League club CONFIRMED following Leeds Rhinos exit

Brad Dwyer’s new Super League club has been confirmed following his Leeds Rhinos exit at the end of the 2022 season.

That new club will be Hull FC who, under head coach Brett Hodgson, have been looking for a different kind of recruitment heading into 2023.

Dwyer brings real attacking quality to Hull’s spine next season and invaluable experience too, having made over 200 career appearances with 65 tries to his name.

A Challenge Cup winner with Leeds, the 29-year-old becomes the Airlie Birds’ fourth signing ahead of the 2023 Betfred Super League campaign alongside fellow Rhino Liam Sutcliffe, as well as exciting pivots Jake Trueman and Tex Hoy.

Speaking to, Dwyer said: “I’m really excited to be coming over and playing for Hull next season. The biggest attraction for me was playing in front of those fans – it’s an incredible fanbase, and you really get that sense of atmosphere and occasion when playing at Hull.

“I’ve been fortunate and grateful to play at Headingely for the last five years, which similarly is a really special fanbase who create a great atmosphere. If I was going to go anywhere, I want to be somewhere where the fans are vocal and recognise you when you’re ripping in. And Hull provides that.”

“Playing off the back of the pack that Hull has too was a big draw for me. I think it’ll suit me down to the ground, it really excited me about what I could bring to the club and I came away from those meetings buzzing for next season.

“It’s exciting to be part of a that spine. Having a couple of other new faces in there like Jake [Trueman] and Tex [Hoy] allows us all to put our own stamp on it and I’m really looking forward to working with Danny and Joe.”

Hull fought off a number of Super League clubs to tie down Dwyer to a one-year deal.

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