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Kenny Edwards posts injury recovery as he prepares for Castleford move

Kenny Edwards will be joining the Castleford Tigers from the 2022 season for a one-year loan.

And, now the controversial forward – who was recently banned for eight matches for sticking his finger up an opponent’s bottom – has posted recovery on his injury on his Instagram page.

Edwards has had knee trouble this season and was seen riding an exercise bike with the caption: “First session with the knee.”

The New Zealander began his professional career in the NRL with Parramatta Eels where he spent five years before coming to Super League at Catalans Dragons and most recently the Huddersfield Giants.

And, Edwards can’t wait to get started: “I can’t wait, and it is amazing for me. I spoke to Radders back earlier in the year, and to finally get it done, I am over the moon!

“I am good mates with Suaia Matagi and Jordan Turner who I was with at Huddersfield last year. I was speaking to Suaia because he started at Castleford in the pre-season and from the get-go said how professional it was. He loved the pre-season and I actually started to get a little jealous.

“The way he and Jordan have sort of turned their careers around while being there. JT has turned into one of the best wingers in the competition this year. The style of footy that Castleford plays, I really think it is going to suit me.”

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