Ryan Shaw to leave Hull KR for new challenge in 2020
Hull Kingston Rovers can confirm that Ryan Shaw has left the club for a new challenge in 2020.
The winger spent four seasons with the Robins, scoring 47 tries in 81 appearances for the club. An astute kicking record of 140 conversions during his time at the club also saw him cement his position as one of Super League’s most consistent performers with the boot.
Reflecting on his decision to depart KCOM Craven Park, Shaw said: “I’d like to thank every fan, player, coach and member of staff for their support and help across the last four years.
“It’s been an absolute pleasure to play for such a great club. My time at Rovers was full of ups and downs, from relegation to promotion, but I have loved every minute.
“I’ll always be a Rovers fan. I’m pretty emotional to be leaving but again I’d like to thank the entire club for what they’ve done for me, as I look forward to a new challenge.”
Signed from Bradford Bulls in time for the 2016 campaign, Shaw became a fans favourite for Rovers and memorably scored the winning try against Widnes which secured promotion to Super League in late 2017.
Head coach Tony Smith added: “It’s been a pleasure coaching Ryan across the last few months and everybody at the club wishes him well for the future.
“His kicking record, as well as his try-scoring form, speaks for itself and he’s played a hugely important role for the team across the last four years.
“On behalf of the club I’d like to thank Shawy for his time and efforts with Hull KR.”Back To Latest News +