Hull have announced Danny Houghton, Scott Taylor and Marc Sneyd as the club’s co-captains for this season.
Houghton, who has held the club’s captaincy role since 2018, will be joined by former vice-captain Taylor and new addition Sneyd, as the trio share the leadership role in 2021.
Hull coach Brett Hodgson said: “I’ve had plenty of conversations with the coaching staff having looked at the progression and development of the playing group throughout pre-season, and discussed what we thought was best in terms of leading the group onto the field.
“We felt that Danny and Scott did a brilliant job last season, but we wanted to add to that by bringing Marc into the mix too.
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“He is our general on the field and his leadership qualities put him in the right position to be able to join the other two and succeed in that role. He has a calming influence on the team and you can see that when he is performing well, the team performs well.
“He is a born leader and essentially guided the players around the field last year too, so we have given him the promotion to show his value to us.
“We believe as a trio, their own qualities and skills can compliment each other going forward into the new season.”