Salford add second Scottish international

Former Leigh Centurions captain Danny Addy has signed for Salford Red Devils on a three-year deal.

Addy becomes the second Scotland international to be brought into the Salford squad, ahead of the 2021 campaign.

He  previously represented Hull KR & Bradford Bulls in Super League and operates across the back-row, at hooker and in the halfbacks.

The 29-year-old said: “I’m buzzing to be joining Salford and can’t wait to get started.

“It’s already a good squad and I want to add to it. Obviously I was captain at Leigh. I see myself as a leader, whether captain or not, so will look to show that here.”

Head coach Richard Marshall added: “Danny is another player whose versatility presents us with a number of exciting options going into next season.

“In him, we’ve also added another leader to our group, which helps create the right environment for some of our younger recruits.”

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Graham Codd
Graham Codd
1 year ago

Good luck to Danny Addy, wasn’t the biggest player in the world but always gave his all. He deserves success.