Hull KR have confirmed that Ryan Hall has signed a new one-year extension with the club, keeping the England International at Sewell Group Craven Park until the end of 2024 giving hun a huge chance at breaking Danny McGuire’s record for Super League tries.
Hall has become an important part of the Robins’ three-quarter line over the last two seasons, amassing 50 appearances and scoring 33 tries in Red and White.
The 35-year-old has not only impressed in front of the try line, but the number 5’s metres out of back play and defence has been key to the Robins’ most impressive performances over the past two seasons.
Following his inclusion in England’s 2022 World Cup squad, Hall has shown no sides of stopping as he enters his 17th season as professional rugby season, having already made 5 appearances this season.
Fresh from signing his new one-year extension, Hall was happy to get the deal signed and focus on the season ahead: ‘It’s great to get this news out and confirm what I”m doing next year. I Still feel good.
‘You don’t see many 35-year-old wingers knocking about, but my body feels good and I still feel like I can produce on the field.
I’ve really enjoyed the progression here at Hull KR. I think we’ve been making big strides that have helped us become a better team all around. I’ve enjoyed being a part of that and hopefully we can keep going on that same trajectory as a club and really achieve something.’
Hull KR Head Coach, Willie Peters added:‘ ‘We are delighted Ryan has agreed to go around again for another season. Hally indicated after I got the job that he wanted to play again next season, and he’s certainly earned this contract extension.
‘Ryan (Hall) is a professional who knows his body and he’s a great role model for our younger players on what it takes to be a Super League player. He is a great example that age is only a number.’