Alphabet dream team: Best Super League XIII with names beginning with K

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 K

1 Elliot Kear

Kear began his professional career with Crusaders before going on to play for Bradford, London Broncos and now Salford, making more than 250 career appearances to date. Kear has earned 27 caps for his native Wales.

2 Shaun Kenny-Dowall

Kenny-Dowall enjoyed an illustrious career in the NRL before coming to Super League with Hull KR in 2020. The 21-time New Zealand international has scored four tries in 19 appearances for the Robins so far.

3 Toa Kohe-Love

The New Zealander became a fan’s favourite when he moved over to Super League in 1996 with Warrington. Kohe-Love went on to play for Hull, Bradford, Widnes and Leigh, scoring 159 tries in 305 career appearances.

4 Toby King

King has become one of the standout centres in Super League in recent years. The centre has scored 32 tries in 101 appearances for Warrington to date and has represented Ireland and England Knights on the international stage. King was named in the Super League Dream Team in 2020.

5 Matt King

The Australia and New South Wales star came to Super League in 2008 with Warrington, scoring 66 tries in 106 games for the Wolves. He won two Challenge Cups with Warrington and was named in the Super League Dream Team in 2010.

6 Brett Kearney

The Australian came to Super League in 2010 with Bradford after enjoying spells with South Sydney Rabbitohs and Cronulla Sharks in the NRL. Kearney scored 59 tries in 112 matches for the Bulls.

7 Albert Kelly

Kelly enjoyed six seasons in Super League with Hull KR and Hull FC between 2015-20, scoring a total of 63 tries in 110 appearances. The Australian won a Challenge Cup with Hull in 2017 and was named in the Super League Dream Team that year.

8 Paul King

King made more than 200 appearances for Hull between 1998-2009 before going on to enjoy spells with Wakefield and York. The Great Britain and England international was selected in the Super League Dream Team in 2004.

9 Ben Kaye

The hooker burst onto the Super League scene in 2008 with Leeds before going on to play for Harlequins, Featherstone, Halifax and now Batley. He has made almost 250 career appearances.

10 Craig Kopczak

The former Wales captain has made more than 350 career appearances for Bradford, Halifax (loan), Huddersfield, Salford, Wakefield and now Featherstone. He has earned 22 caps for Wales and represented the nation in two World Cups.

11 Ian Kirke

The Yorkshireman, who started his career with York, played 213 games for Leeds between 2006-14 before finishing his career with Wakefield. Kirke won five Grand Finals and a Challenge Cup with the Rhinos.

12 Danny Kirmond

The England international became a fan’s favourite at Wakefield between 2012-20, scoring 44 tries in 153 games for Trinity. Kirmond also enjoyed spells with Featherstone and Huddersfield before his time at Wakefield and will play for York in 2021.

13 Morgan Knowles

Knowles came through the system at St Helens and has already made 131 appearances for the club. The 24-year-old has won two Super League titles with Saints and been named in two Super League Dream Teams.

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