Kay pens two-year deal to stay at Hornets
DECLAN Kay has cemented himself as a Hornets player in 2019 after signing a new two year deal.
Kay joined Rochdale from Super League side Warrington having played for the Hornets on loan in 2017, and signed on a permeant basis in 2018.
The 21-year-old was a key component of the Hornets season which saw the club pull off a ‘great escape’ on the final day of the season with a victory happy to be at the club for Challenge Cup and Super Carl Forster in 2019 as the of the Sheffield Eagles. at least another two League Grand Final. Hornets battle it out in the
Kay is pleased to have years.” The 39 -year-old, who in Betfred Championship. signed the new two year Meanwhile, Forster has his playing days was a Carl Forster said: “I’m deal and is looking also bolstered his winger, represented delighted to bring Tony forward to working under backroom team with the Ireland between 2003 and with me to Rochdale. He new head coach Carl return of Tony Stewart to 2007 and was announced was a huge part of our Forster. Spotland as assistant in the training squad for success at Whitehaven.
“I am looking forward coach. the 2008 Rugby League “His knowledge and to getting going again this Stewart has previously World Cup. experience is massive and year after a tough last played at the Hornets and Stewart comes back for the lads will learn a lot season,” Kay commented. has a wealth of Super his second coaching spell from him.
“I am looking forward League experience behind at Hornets, having served “He already knows the to working with Carl this his back having played for under Ian Talbot. club and was successful next year, learning new St Helens where he won a Tony will work here in 2013. This is a big systems and ideas, I’m World Club Challenge, alongside new head coach addition to our squad.” Published by MEN Media, Mitchell Henry House, Hollinwood Avenue, Chadderton, OL9 8EF. Printed by Reach Printing Services (Oldham) Limited, Hollinwood Avenue, Chadderton, Oldham OL9 8EB