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Hull FC: Full-back signs up as club build for future under John Cartwright

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Hull FC have wasted no time in securing the future of their rising talent Logan Moy with the full-back penning a new three-year deal to remain as a Black and White.

Moy’s contract extension bookends a week of good news for Hull FC fans off the field after they started the week with the confirmation of new head coach John Cartwright.

Both the 18-year-old Moy and the 58-year-old Cartwright have signed three-year deals at Hull FC as they commit their futures in spite of the current climate at the club.

It’s a major piece of retainment for the Black and Whites though with Moy looking an extremely promising talent in the limited game time that he has had so far, deputising for the injured Jack Walker earlier in the season whilst also racking up the plaudits at reserve grade.

In the few games that Tony Smith did coach at the start of the campaign, there wasn’t much to shout about, however, the debuts of both Moy and fellow playmaker Jack Charles were certainly among the bright sparks. As such, it’s brilliant news for Hull FC that they have managed to extend the teenager.

“This is my dream club” – FC tie down talented youngster

Hull FC Logan Moy

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Hull FC announced the news of Moy’s extension with a press release that also featured comments from the 18-year-old boyhood Black and Whites fan.

The club reported: “Hull FC are pleased to confirm that young full-back Logan Moy has signed a three-year contract extension with the club.

“The deal sees the promising 18-year-old remain at the MKM Stadium until at least the end of the 2027 Betfred Super League season.

“In confirming the deal, the club have tied down the long-term future of one of their brightest young talents, who has enjoyed his breakthrough into the first-team squad in 2024.”

Having progressed through the club’s Centre of Excellence, Moy has developed into a fine young player and has made several Super League appearances since his Round Seven debut.

On confirming his future with Hull FC, Moy said: “This is my dream club. To have signed for Hull FC in the first place was amazing, but it’s an unbelievable feeling to have secured my future here for another three years.

“You see a lot of young kids my age drop out of Rugby League, so to be staying with Hull FC is really exciting and now I can just focus on my game now that my future is sorted.”

Moy contract ends a brilliant week off the field for Hull FC

Hull FC Director of Rugby Richie Myler

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It’s been one of the best weeks of Richie Myler’s tenure as Director of Rugby at Hull FC so far with the ex-York Knights man having landed his head coach for the next three years, secured his potential full-back of the future on a deal of the same length, whilst also extending the loan deal for another young talent in Wigan Warriors’ forward Tiaki Chan.

If Carlsberg did weeks in Rugby League then Richie Myler might have just had it and he’ll be hoping that his side can carry that positivity onto the field with a much-needed win over Castleford Tigers at The Jungle tonight.

Speaking on Moy’s deal, Myler said: “Securing Logan’s services on a long-term contract is a really exciting moment for this club.

“Across the past few years as he’s risen through our system, Logan has shown his talents and some real promise at both Scholarship and Academy level, and we’re excited to see how he will develop in the senior environment over the next three years.

“He has already adapted to being in and around the first-team, and has shown some real enthusiasm and professionalism which will help take his game to the next level – we’re delighted he’s going to be doing that at his boyhood club.”

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