Brad Dwyer spent five seasons with the Leeds Rhinos.
When he arrived in 2018, he was seemingly the heir to Rob Burrow as he took the spot Burrow had inhabited at Leeds since 2011 as the impact hooker to come off the bench and cause havoc.
It was a role Dwyer played very effectively during his time as a Rhino.
In 2020 he helped the club to Challenge Cup Final success against Salford Red Devils and was a big part of Leeds getting to the Super League Grand Final in 2022 with some heroic moments such as against Catalans Dragons in an amazing comeback win.
However, he did not get his farewell at Old Trafford as he was left out as Jarrod O’Connor started at nine with skipper Kruise Leeming coming off the bench.
In 2023, Brad Dwyer will be playing in the black and white of Hull FC as he takes on a one-year deal at the club.
He has recently spoken about his ambition to “prove himself” and explained why he has moved out of Leeds the city.
Though he has moved away, he is still doing his bit for Leeds legend and the man he replaced at the club Burrow.
Burrow has been fighting Motor Neurone Disease since December 2019 and has raised plenty of awareness.
No longer at Leeds, Dwyer has is giving away his old Leeds kit with the winners of his competition simply asked to make a donation to the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
He said: I have some left over Leeds Rhinos training gear from last season, that my mates haven’t yet got their hands on.
“For a chance to win just follow the 3 simple instructions: all I ask is the lucky winner make a donation they feel comfortable with to the @mndassoc.
“- share this post to your story tagging @mndassoc to try create some awareness for them
– like the post + tag 2 friends in the comments
– winner must be willing to pick up from the leeds, wigan or hull area + show me a screenshot of there donation confirmation.
“Competition closes Thursday 8pm so be quick ÷ I’II announce the winner on Friday, can also sign them if wanted.”