Keighley pick up a Dyne from Montpellier

Cougar Park Keighley
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Keighley have signed English winger Anthony Dyne from French club Montpellier Sharks on a one-year deal.

The 6ft 5in Middlesbrough-born winger will also join the Cougars as a member of staff. He will work with the club’s foundation programme.

Dyne came through the academy ranks at Newcastle Thunder before testing himself in the French Elite 2 Championship. He has also earned international honours for England Universities.

Anthony Dyne excited to join Keighley

He said: “It was an easy decision for me to sign with Keighley this season.

“It was clear from speaking with Rhys Lovegrove and Andrew Henderson that the club had high expectations of success for the season with promotion to the Championship. I wanted to be a part of that.

“After playing most of my rugby league at Newcastle Thunder and Northumbria University, I am looking forward to starting a new challenge and a new chapter in my career down at Cougar Park.

“I have already been made to fell at home at Keighley.

“The squad has a great energy about it with a mix of young talent and some great experienced players.

“It’s a very exciting time to be involved with the club as the players, coaches, and staff behind the scenes are all of the highest quality.

“I am looking forward to being a part of the squad and doing whatever I can to help us reach our goal of promotion.”

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Love Rugby League Deputy Editor. Joined the site ahead of the 2017 World Cup and been a full-time reporter since 2018.

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