Kevin Larroyer signs new Halifax contract

Halifax forward Kevin Larroyer has signed a new deal for the 2020 season.

The 30-year-old made 31 appearances for Fax in 2019, scoring three tries. He has also earned 14 caps for France.

Halifax coach Simon Grix said: “He came to us as a back-row, but I think he was probably most effective for us playing as a middle.

“He’s strong, he’s fit, he trains properly and he carries the ball well. I’m not saying his days as a back-rower are gone, but I like players to be versatile.

“He’s also a popular character off the field; he sets high standards and because he’s respected within the group, he drags other players with him. I’m really pleased he’s staying with us.”

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