Danny Addy to leave Hull KR after three seasons

Hull KR have confirmed that utility forward Danny Addy has left after three years at the club. 

The 28-year-old joined Rovers in the 2017 Championship campaign from Bradford Bulls, and went on to make 41 appearances, scoring eleven tries in total.

Though he sustained a devastating ACL injury early into his second season with KR, Addy recovered to feature in a number of positions during his time at KCOM Craven Park.

Addy’s final appearance came away at Salford on Friday night, the Red Devils running out 17-16 winners after Extra Time to secure third spot in the Betfred Super League table.

On the announcement, Head Coach Tony Smith said: “I’d like to thank Danny for his contributions in the Hull KR jersey.

“He overcame a serious injury midway through his career here and recovered to play a big part in helping the club maintain their Super League position ahead of the 2020 campaign.

“’Everybody at the club would like to wish Danny all the best in the future.”


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