Hull FC’s Jamie Shaul makes shock move to Super League rivals

Hull FC fullback Jamie Shaul has made a shock move to Super League rivals.

The fullback has joined West Yorkshire side Wakefield Trinity from Hull FC to strengthen Trinity’s squad for the end of season run-in.

Shaul, 30, has been a ‘one-club man’ throughout his career to date, having made his debut in 2013 and then featuring close to 200 times for the Black & Whites.

Shaul met the players this morning and is currently training with the squad as we prepare for Sunday’s game against St Helens at the Be Well Support Stadium.

Trinity Head Coach, Willie Poching, is delighted to bolster his squad by bringing in the experienced Shaul.

“It’s fantastic to be able to bring Jamie Shaul in,” said Poching.

“He’s a winner and he knows what success looks like. Hopefully his energy and his experience will be infectious on us and we’re very fortunate to be able to bring someone like him in at this stage of the season.

“Jamie is excited by the challenge that lies ahead of us and he’s more than ready to roll his sleeves up and help in our push to go forward.”

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