Keighley 2023 squad numbers: Luke Gale to wear shirt number 31 at new club

Luke Gale Hull FC Wakefield Trinity

Former Super League half-back Luke Gale will wear shirt number 31 at new club Keighley for their upcoming 2023 Championship campaign.

Gale, 34, requested to wear the number following his move from Hull on a one-year deal.

Elsewhere, outside-back Ben Crooks will don jersey number 25. The 29-year-old made the move during the off-season from Hull KR on a two-year contract.

Former Warrington forward Ellis Robson has received shirt number 19 by Keighley head coach Rhys Lovegrove. Robson, 24, made the switch from Newcastle Thunder during the off-season.

New signings Mark Ioane and Thomas Doyle have been handed numbers 24 and 26 respectively.

Following his move from Wakefield, Brad Walker will wear shirt number 20. The 24-year-old made 25 Super League appearances for his previous club, and also represented Widnes.

39-year-old Jake Webster will wear jersey 33 as he begins the transition onto the coaching staff. He has previously worn shirt number three since his move in 2020.

Keighley 2023 squad numbers

1. Lewis Young

2. Alix Stephenson

3. Charlie Graham

4. Nathan Roebuck

5. Mo Agoro

7. Jack Miller

8. Dan Parker

9. Billy Gaylor

10. Toby Everett

11. Kyle Trout

12. Aaron Levy

13. Kyle Kesik

14. Harvey Spence

15. Brenden Santi

16. Josh Lynam

17. Keenan Dyer-Dixon

18. Anesu Mudoti

19. Ellis Robson

20. Brad Walker

21. Lloyd Roby

22. Dane Chisholm

23. Robbie Storey

24. Mark Ioane

25. Ben Crooks

26. Thomas Doyle

27. Sadiq Adebiyi

28. Keenen Tomlinson

31. Luke Gale

33. Jake Webster

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