Hull FC squad numbers revealed: Brad Dwyer given surprise shirt number and Jake Connor replacement revealed

Hull FC have confirmed their squad numbers for the 2023 Betfred Super League campaign.

The Black & Whites will have a new-look spine next season, with new recruits Tex Hoy, Jake Trueman and Jake Clifford all receiving starting squad numbers; Hoy will take the number one jersey at full-back replacing Huddersfield Giants bound Jake Connor, while Trueman and Clifford will wear six and seven respectively.

Meanwhile, fellow new faces Liam Sutcliffe and Brad Dwyer, who have joined the club from Leeds Rhinos, will wear shirt numbers four and thirty-three in a bit of a surprise.

Brad Fash has been rewarded for his impressive campaign in 2022 which saw him crowned as the Player of the Season, and handed his first ever starting squad number; thirteen, with Jordan Lane making the slight move to twelve.

Other players who have new squad numbers include Cameron Scott (17), Connorr Wynne (21), Mitieli Vulikijapani (22), Josh Griffin (23), and Matty Laidlaw (24).

Hull-born duo Jamie Shaul, who celebrates his testimonial season in 2023, and Scott Taylor, retain the squad numbers twenty-nine and thirty respectively; numbers they selected personally in recent seasons.

As ever, the number 18 shirt is retired in tribute to the club’s supporters – the Old Faithful – in recognition of their contribution as the 18th man.

2023 squad numbers in full can be found below:

1 – Tex Hoy (Sponsored by: KayGee Engineering)

2 – Adam Swift (Sponsored by: Classical Gas)

3 – Carlos Tuimavave (Sponsored by: Prime Processors)

4 – Liam Sutcliffe (Sponsored by: Cuban Pete’s)

5 – Darnell McIntosh (Sponsored by: Rowe Freight)

6 – Jake Trueman (Sponsored by: RSW Joinery)

7 – Jake Clifford (Sponsored by: AB Squared)

8 – Ligi Sao (Sponsored by: Conceptus)

9 – Danny Houghton (Sponsored by: Rowe Granite)

10 – Chris Satae (Sponsored by: Mezz UK Ltd)

11 – Andre Savelio (Available to sponsor)

12 – Jordan Lane (Sponsored by: Steve Hodgins Plumbing)

13 – Brad Fash (Sponsored by: Local Turfing Supplies)

14 – Joe Lovodua (Sponsored by: Andrew Earle’s Holidays)

15 – Joe Cator (Sponsored by: Elecplant)

16 – Kane Evans (Sponsored by: BloodClinic by Atropa)

17 – Cameron Scott (Sponsored by: T&D Supplies)

18 – The Hull FC Faithful

19 – Ben McNamara (Sponsored by: Hull FC Vice Presidents Association)

20 – Jack Brown (Sponsored by: Relay Port Agency)

21 – Connor Wynne (Sponsored by: PBS Construction)

22 – Mitieli Vulikjapani (Sponsored by: The Kirkwood Family)

23 – Josh Griffin (Sponsored by: WCM)

24 – Matty Laidlaw (Sponsored by: Hull FC Vice Presidents Association)

25 – Davy Litten (Available to sponsor)

26 – Harvey Barron (Available to sponsor)

27 – Will Gardiner (Sponsored by: GW Power Safe)

28 – Denive Balmforth (Available to sponsor)

29 – Jamie Shaul (Sponsored by: The Geddes Boys)

30 – Scott Taylor (Sponsored by: TC Group)

31 – Nick Staveley (Available to sponsor)

32 – Charlie Severs (Available to sponsor)

33 – Brad Dwyer (Sponsored by: Prime Processors)

34 – Kye Armstrong (Sponsored by: Paragon)

35 – Lewis Martin (Sponsored by: Straton Facilities)

36 – Manoa Wacokecoke (Sponsored by: Pearson Electrical)

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