Hull KR have confirmed that assistant coaches, Brett Delaney and David Hodgson have both signed new deals that will see them both stay at the club until the end of the 2025 season.
Brett, who joined the Robins last July as the forwards coach has been rewarded for his efforts with a new two year extension. Brett’s emphasis on the ruck area has brought improvements to the Robins that are there for all to see.
David Hodgson, signed for the club in 2012 as a player before retiring in 2014 and has been on the coaching staff ever since. Dave brings years of Super League experience to the club as well as plenty of coaching experience. Now also the Reserves Head Coach, Dave’s new contract extension will see his Hull KR tenure extend to over 13 years.
Brett and David now join both Willie Peters and Danny Maguire under contract until the end of 2025 season.
Hull KR Head Coach, Willie Peters, is pleased with his assistants extending their stay at the club:
“I’m very pleased both Brett and David have agreed to extend their stay at the club for a further two seasons.
Brett looks after our forwards, specifically in the ruck area whilst David focuses on transitions in all areas of the game as well as being Head Coach of our Reserves team.
They are both valued members of our staff who are well respected by all of the playing group and everyone at the club.”