Jesse Sene-Lefao’s new club revealed

Jesse Sene-Lefao will be a Featherstone Rovers player in 2021.

That’s according to West Yorkshire Radio Rugby League, which hosted Bradford Bulls assistant coach Mark Dunning on one of its shows during the week

South Sea Islander, Sene-Lefao, has fully immersed himself into the British way of life since joining the Castleford Tigers in 2017 and has most recently been is gearing up to become a British citizen.

That’s according to the man himself on social media as he passed the ‘Life in the UK test’ that enables those looking to become a British citizen to get one step closer to the goal.

Sene-Lefao had previously been linked with a move to the Salford Red Devils, but they apparently pulled out of a deal, with West Yorkshire side Featherstone taking the charge.

It would mean that the 31-year-old would be reunited with former Castleford stars Junior Moors and Tom Holmes, whilst in the perfect location to continue running his new pub, the Nevison Leap.

With over 100 Castleford appearances to his name, Sene-Lefao in his five seasons as a Castleford player has helped the club reach both the Super League Grand Final and the Challenge Cup Final, as well as lift the League Leaders’ Shield.

The 31-year-old became a firm fans favourite at the Jungle for his relentless energy and passion whilst playing in a Castleford shirt.

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