Hull trio sign new deals

Hull trio sign new deals

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Hull FC have announced Ben McNamara, Connor Wynne and Jack Brown have signed new deals to stay at the club.

McNamara and Brown have signed two-year deals, while Wynne has signed for another year.

Brown and Wynne both made their debuts for the club in 2019, and have gone on to make 23 and 17 appearances for the club respectively.

Meanwhile, McNamara made his debut in 2020, scoring a try on his debut against Castleford Tigers. He has seen more action in 2021, covering injuries at halfback.

McNamara said: “I’m really pleased to tie down my future with the club.

“I feel like since making my debut last season, being in this environment and getting plenty of game time under my belt has really allowed me to develop my game and put the pieces in place for me to make that next step in my career.”

Wynne added: “I’m delighted that Brett has put his faith in me to continue to be a part of this squad at the club I love.

“I’ve still got plenty to learn in my game but I feel like the last two years have been crucial to my personal development, and I’ve come a long way since when I took to the field for the first time back in 2019.”

Brown said: “I’m over the moon to have my future secured here at Hull, and even happier given that Connor and Ben have done so too.

“We have a young core of local players in the squad, which can only bode well going forward. The three of us are constantly learning and adding new dimensions to our game.”

Speaking on the three extensions, Brett Hodgson said: “Connor Wynne has worked hard to fight his way into the first-team, and has shown some real versatility in the fact he has played in several different positions throughout the year.

“He stood out at centre when he got that opportunity. He still has some work to go but he is doing everything he can to make himself in that first-team picture every week.

“Ben is probably the most professional young player I have ever seen. He trains hard every day and is always looking to improve, and he is constantly asking questions as to how he can get better.

“Browny unfortunately had his season shortened by injury, but he’s a local lad who is proud to play for the club, he has got good leg speed and bounces about like a pin-ball when he is out there. He has some good attributes that we are looking to develop.

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