There are a number of teams are ready to welcome back some of their star players in 2023.
Leeds Rhinos will soon have Harry Newman back in the firing line after his injuries in 2022, Jordan Abdull will have Hull KR back in the mix whilst St Helens star Lewis Dodd will be back in the halves for the Champions whilst Alex Walmsley also returns for the Saints.
Warrington Wolves’ Joe Philbin will be back soon as will Hull FC’s Joe Cator after two achilles injuries in a row.
Meanwhile, the versatile Jordan Turner is training for the Castleford Tigers.
😃 Say cheese, @JordanTurner89!
— Castleford Tigers (@CTRLFC) January 5, 2023
Capable of playing centre, stand-off and even loose-forward, Turner was one of the best signings of 2021 until injury struck in 2022.
He even shone on the wing in his debut season at the Jungle and could be a very useful attacking weapon in 2023 as he returns from an injury struck season which sadly saw him miss the Rugby League World Cup where he would have likely played for Jamaica against the likes of Ireland, New Zealand and Lebanon.
This came after he played for Jamaica in his testimonial at the Jungle at the end of 2021 against a star-studded England Knights side including the likes of Mikey Lewis of Hull KR and Will Pryce of Huddersfield Giants.
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