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Hull KR’s Ryan Hall preparing for life after rugby with career move

Ryan Hall has won it all on the rugby league field – Grand Finals, World Club Challenges, and Challenge Cups, you know name it he has won it.

However, like all professional rugby league players, preparations have to be made for life after sport and the current Hull KR winger is doing just that with a new career move.

The former Leeds Rhinos winger is a director for the Q Deck Safety Systems.

The company is responsible for safety decking and fall prevention in order to make workers’ construction site safe and conform to HSE (Health & Safety Executive) guidelines.

It’s yet another string added to Hall’s bow, with the blockbusting winger – who has just been handed the number 5 shirt by Hull KR head coach Tony Smith for the 2022 Super League season – also having an accountancy degree.

In fact, Hall was studying for his degree whilst playing with the Rhinos in 2014 – a year in which they won the Challenge Cup Final against local rivals Castleford Tigers.

The 34-year-old makes no secret of his talents outside of rugby league with the saxophone, piano and guitar all part of his lifestyle away from the pitch, whilst Hall can also complete the Rubik’s cube in less than a minute.

It’s no surprise, therefore, that the ex-Sydney Roosters man is already sorted post-rugby league.

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  1. Jamesey

    July 17, 2022 at 4:39 pm

    God himself must be envious of him!

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