Hull KR confirm exit of winger Ryan Shaw

Drew Darbyshire

Hull KR have confirmed that winger Ryan Shaw has left the club following the expiration of his contract.

The 26-year-old has spent the past four seasons with the Robins, scoring 47 tries and kicking 140 goals in 81 games.

Shaw said: “I’d like to thank every fan, player, coach and member of staff for their support and help across the last four years.

“It’s been an absolute pleasure to play for such a great club. My time at Rovers was full of ups and downs, from relegation to promotion, but I have loved every minute.

“I’ll always be a Rovers fan. I’m pretty emotional to be leaving but again I’d like to thank the entire club for what they’ve done for me, as I look forward to a new challenge.”

Hull KR head coach Tony Smith: “It’s been a pleasure coaching Ryan across the last few months and everybody at the club wishes him well for the future.

“His kicking record, as well as his try-scoring form, speaks for itself and he’s played a hugely important role for the team across the last four years.

“On behalf of the club I’d like to thank Shawy for his time and efforts with Hull KR.”

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