Hull KR 2023 squad numbers: Sauaso Sue to wear shirt number 8

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Hull KR have confirmed their 2023 Super League squad numbers, with new recruit Sauaso Sue given the number eight shirt.

The 30-year-old will make his debut next season with the side, joining from Newcastle Knights. The Samoa international has also featured for Wests Tigers and Canterbury Bulldogs in the NRL.

Meanwhile, Tom Opacic will wear shirt number three, having joined from Parramatta Eels on a two-year deal.

Ireland international Frankie Halton has been promoted to shirt number 12 following an impressive first year at Craven Park.

Rhys Kennedy, who has made the move from Brisbane Broncos, has been handed shirt number 15 by new head coach Willie Peters.

New recruit shirts also include James Batchelor (16), Louis Senior (23), Sam Luckley (26) and Yusuf Aydın (27).

Youngsters Zach Fishwick and Connor Barley take the numbers 31 and 32 respectively. Academy graduates Max Kirkbright, Darnell Byas-Tash, Harvey Moore, Harvey Reynolds, Jack Potter and Leo Tennison all feature in the Robins’ first team squad for 2023.

Hull KR squad numbers

  1. Lachlan Coote
  2. Ethan Ryan
  3. Tom Opacic
  4. Shaun Kenny-Dowall
  5. Ryan Hall
  6. Roger Millward MBE (Retired)
  7. Jordan Abdull
  8. Sauaso ‘Jesse’ Sue
  9. Matt Parcell
  10. George King
  11. Frankie Halton
  12. Kane Linnett
  13. Elliot Minchella
  14. Jez Litten
  15. Rhys Kennedy 
  16. James Batchelor
  17. Matty Storton
  18. Jimmy Keinhorst
  19. Will Dagger
  20. Mikey Lewis
  21. Rowan Milnes
  22. Dean Hadley
  23. Louis Senior
  24. Sam Wood
  25. Luis Johnson
  26. Sam Luckley
  27. Yusuf Aydın
  28. Wil Tate
  29. Phoenix Laulu-Togaga’e
  30. Greg Richards
  31. Zach Fishwick
  32. Connor Barley

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