Next weekend, Featherstone Rovers star Craig Hall is set to celebrate his rugby league testimonial next weekend as his current club take on one of his former sides.
He started his career with Hull FC in 2007 scoring 47 tries in 77 games as well as kicking 31 goals as well.
He did enjoy a loan spell at Widnes Vikings in 2009 prior to making the switch to Hull KR in 2011 making 80 appearances for the club before joining Wakefield Trinity in 2015.
After 40 appearances, he joined Toronto Wolfpack and Leigh Centurions (now Leigh Leopards) prior to returning to Hull KR for 2018 and 2019.
He then joined Featherstone Rovers where he has been a key player for the last three seasons and will continue to be so.
The Rovers star will continue to shine especially as he takes on Hull KR in a meeting between two of his beloved clubs.
Speaking on the Rovers’ Twitter page, he admitted he regretted the way he left as he didn’t have the chance to say goodbye:
“With how I felt the club, I never really got a chance to say goodbye or give my thanks after all the years I spent at Hull KR.
“I’d love nothing more than to see both sets of Rovers supporters packing out the stands.”
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