We create alphabetical dream teams from all the players in the Super League era.
It is now time for a dream XIII from all the players whose last name begin with H…
1 Brett Hodgson
The Australian enjoyed five seasons in Super League between 2009-13 with Huddersfield and Warrington, scoring 55 tries and kicking 496 goals in 126 matches. Hodgson won the Man of Steel award in 2009 and was named in the Super League Dream Team in the same year.
2 Ash Handley
Handley has developed into one of Super League’s best wingers, scoring 78 tries in 124 appearances so far for boyhood club Leeds. He was named in the Super League Dream Team in consecutive seasons in 2019 and 2020. Handley won the Challenge Cup with the Rhinos last term.
3 Shontayne Hape
Hape will forever be regarded as one of Super League’s greatest centres. He scored 340 points in 136 games for Bradford between 2003-08. He earned 14 caps for New Zealand in rugby league and then went on to represent England in rugby union.
4 Zak Hardaker
After an impressive spell with Featherstone, Hardaker burst onto the Super League scene in 2011 with Leeds. The former Steve Prescott Man of Steel winner had a spell with Castleford in 2017-18 before joining Wigan. Hardaker has scored 125 tries in 246 club appearances to date. He has earned eight caps for Great Britain and England.
5 Ryan Hall
Hall is regarded as a legend at Leeds and rightly so, with the Great Britain and England international scoring 232 tries in 327 appearances for the Rhinos between 2007-18. The winger enjoyed two seasons in the NRL with Sydney Roosters before linking up with Hull KR ahead of 2021.
6 Jackson Hastings
Hastings came over to Super League with Salford in 2018 and quickly became a fan’s favourite at the Red Devils. He won the Steve Prescott Man of Steel in 2019 and was named in the Super League Dream Team in the same year. Hastings joined Wigan ahead of the 2020 campaign and the Great Britain international helped the Warriors reach the Grand Final in his first season at the club.
7 Iestyn Harris
Harris is one of the best players to ever pull on a Wales jersey. Harris enjoyed lengthy spells at Warrington, Leeds and Bradford before finishing his career with a season at Featherstone in 2009. He won the Man of Steel award in 1998 and was named in the Super League Dream Team in 1998 and 1999.
8 Chris Hill
Hill spent seven seasons with Leigh before linking up with Warrington in 2012. The Great Britain and England prop has made more than 250 appearances for the Wolves and has been named in three Super League Dream Teams.
9 Micky Higham
The hooker started and finished his career with hometown club Leigh, enjoying successful spells with St Helens, Wigan and Warrington between that period. Higham made more than 500 career appearances and earned eight caps for Great Britain and England.
10 Craig Huby
Huby made almost 300 career appearances for Castleford, Huddersfield and Wakefield before retiring from the game in 2019.
11 Oliver Holmes
Holmes made his first team debut for Castleford in 2010 and has since played more than 200 games for his hometown club. He made his international debut for England in 2018.
12 Gareth Hock
Hock became a legend at hometown club Wigan, making almost 200 appearances for the Warriors between 2003-13. Hock also had spells with Widnes, Salford, Featherstone, Barrow and Leigh. The forward earned nine caps for Great Britain and England during his superb career.
13 Harrison Hansen
Like Hock, Hansen became a fan’s favourite in his time at Wigan between 2004-13. He scored 43 tries in 243 games for the Warriors before enjoying successful stints at Salford, Leigh and Widnes. The former New Zealand and Samoa international is now playing for Toulouse in the Championship.
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