Ex-Warrington Wolves winger Kevin Penny finds new club

Huddersfield Warrington

Ex-Warrington Wolves winger Kevin Penny has found a new club.

And, it’s probably not someone you would think, with the electric flyer turning out for amateur side Leigh East, as their Twitter account revealed last night.

The winger came through Warrington’s academy in 2005 to make his senior debut against the Leeds Rhinos in 2007.

Loan spells at the Widnes Vikings and Harlequins RL followed before Penny made the permanent switch to Wakefield Trinity in 2011.

Another loan spell at Widnes followed, with the winger then joining Swinton Lions.

A renaissance with Warrington came about in 2014, but more loan time at North Wales Crusaders and Rochdale Hornets followed, with Penny hanging up his boots in 2017.

Penny will now link up with National Conference League side East Leigh.

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