Hull pull off Josh Reynolds coup

Hull have completed the signing of former State of Origin half-back Josh Reynolds on a two-year deal with an option of a third year.

The 31-year-old came through the ranks at Canterbury Bulldogs and reached two Grand Finals before moving to Wests Tigers in 2017.

Reynolds said: “I’m really excited and proud to be joining a club like Hull FC, they’re a big club with great heritage and a very passionate set of fans.

“I’ve heard a lot about the club and their vision which is exciting and I’d love to get over to the UK and try and win a trophy with them.”

Hull head coach Brett Hodgson said the signing of Reynolds would improve his team-mates and issue a major statement of the club’s intentions.

“Josh is an elite player,” said Hodgson. “He builds his game around work ethic and effort, and that’s what we are after here at the club – he’ll be a real leader for us.

“He’s played Origin, Grand Finals, and Prime Minister’s XIII matches, he’s been involved in the game for a long time. He is the sort of player who will bring out the best in the other players around him.”

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  1. 🤦‍♂️💷💷💷💷💷💷
    Hey kids, want to play Rugby League at professional level? Live in the Hull area?
    Tough, some crocked past it overseas player will take your spot so don’t bother.

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