Former Castleford Tigers man to go round again at 38 as he makes yet another move

Quentin Laulu-Togaga’e is set to go round again in 2023 despite the fact he will be turning 38 in December.

He returns to the club where it all began in the shape of Sheffield Eagles whom he debuted for back in 2011 ahead of making 218 appearances and scoring 183 tries.

He returns to the club after a spell at Keighley Cougars where he had the pleasure of playing alongside his teenage son Phoenix who now plays for Hull KR.

After his original spell at Sheffield, QLT joined the revolution at Toronto in 2017 scoring 22 tries in 31 games before spells at Halifax which were interrupted by a spell in Super League with Castleford as he filled the void left at fullback at Castleford by the loss of Zak Hardaker.

After impressing at Halifax, he joined Newcastle before making the move to Keighley where he helped them secure promotion to the Championship this year with an unbeaten season which leaves them ready for a strong challenge in the second tier.

QLT will join them in the second division but will come up against them in a Sheffield Eagles shirt as he follows some impressive signings recently by the Eagles such as in the shape of promising Leeds youngster Joe Hird who will shine at prop.

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