Craig joined the club as Head Coach in October 2011 and brings with him a wealth of experience having been coaching in Australia for the past 12 years.
He spent eight years at Manly Sea Eagles where he worked with the younger grades as well as being part of Des Hasler's first grade backroom staff. The highlight of his time at Manly came in 2008 when they were crowned as the NRL Premiers having thrashed Melbourne Storm 40-0 in the Grand Final.
Prior to the start of the 2010 campaign he linked up with the Newcastle Knights where he was an assistant to Head Coach, Rick Stone. Craig is credited with the emergence of the Knights' wing sensation Aku Uate by the player himself and arrived at Craven Park with an excellent reputation for developing players.
He also coached New South Wales at junior level and is building for the future having signed a new one-year deal towards the end of the 2013 campaign. Craig guided the Robins to the play-offs last season and will be looking for further improvement in 2014.