Luke Gales just signed a new bond with Leeds Rhinos. His contract has made him really excited. His excitement is all about rejoining his hometown club.
The announcement was made by Leeds Rhinos about the rejoining of England’s scrum-half and Castleford Tigers, Luke gale. The news was disclosed on Tuesday.
A press conference was called upon by Rhinos and Richard Agar, the Head Coach unveiled the club’s new signing.
This year Gale 31 did not feature Castleford due to his Achilles injury during a training session.
According to the medical reports, Gales is fit now and is ready for pre-season with Rhinos.
This Leeds –born player, started off with this career with Rhinos but he could not make his first appearance with the club. He rather joined Doncaster and won an award in 2008. The award he won was National League Two Yong Player of the Year.
Later he just switched his club again and joined London Broncos. There he was successful in establishing himself as a Super League player. Alter he headed back to Bradford Bulls.
He then followed their relegation and joined Castleford in the year 2015. He then became an integral part of the revolution of Daryl Powell at Wheldon Road.
His game took them to the final in 2017 for the very first time and took them to the finals but there they lost against Leeds.
For the replacement of Gales, Castleford has targeted St Helens’ Danny Richardson.