Sheffield Eagles 2023 squad numbers: Jesse Sene-Lefao to wear shirt No. 27

Jesse Sene-Lefao Featherstone Sheffield Eagles 2023 squad numbersPA

Sheffield Eagles have announced their 2023 squad numbers, with new recruit Jesse Sene-Lefao set to wear number 27 for the upcoming Championship campaign. 

The 33-year-old joined on a two-year deal from Featherstone during the off-season. He made 16 appearances last year for Rovers, having made the move from Castleford.

Sene-Lefao played 109 games in five seasons with the Tigers, helping the club clinch the League Leaders’ Shield in 2017.

Lewis Peachey, who made the switch at the end of 2022 on a three-year deal from Castleford, will wear shirt number 20 at the Olympic Legacy Park in 2023.

Head coach Mark Aston has added plenty new faces to his squad for the 2023 Championship season. Oliver Roberts makes the move from Newcastle Thunder and will wear shirt number 24.

Meanwhile, Aaron Murphy and Matty Dawson-Jones both made the switch from Bradford and will wear shirt numbers 18 and 28 respectively.

Cory Aston returns to the club with shirt number 32, the final one on the list. Meanwhile, half-back Jack Hansen will wear number 19 following his move from Swinton.

Captain Anthony Thackeray took a U-turn on his retirement decision to extend his contract by one more-year with the club.

Titus Gwaze is also among the new players at the squad and has received shirt number 14.

Sheffield Eagles 2023 squad

1. Josh Guzdek

2. Ben Jones-Bishop

3. Kris Welham

4. Ross Oakes

5. Jason Bass

6. Izaak Farrell

7. Anthony Thackeray

8. Brandon Douglas

9. Vila Halafihi

10. Tyler Dickinson

11. Connor Bower

12. Joel Farrell

13. Evan Hodgson

14. Titus Gwaze

15. Mikey Wood

16. Blake Broadbent

17. Liam Kirk

18. Aaron Murphy

19. Jack Hansen

20. Lewis Peachey

21. Ryan Johnson

22. Matty Chrimes

23. Bayley Liu

24. Ollie Roberts

25. Joe Hird

26. Ben Sheils

27. Jesse Sene-Lefao

28. Matty Dawson-Jones

29. Quentin Laulu-Togaga’e

30. Mekhi Bridgeman-Reaney

32. Cory Aston

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Journalist. Joined the Love Rugby League team full time at the start of 2022 having been a freelance reporter for several years. Previously media manager for Swinton and Rochdale.

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