Kylie Leuluai heads for Hunslet
Wednesday 06 February 2013
The veteran prop Kylie Leuluai, a member of Leeds Rhinos' Grand Final-winning team, is set to play for Championship club Hunslet on Sunday. Leuluai and fellow front-rower Richard Moore are the latest Leeds players to be dual-registered with the Hawks.
The three-quarter Jimmy Keinhorst, who scored two tries on his Hunslet debut in Sunday's win over Barrow, has been recalled by Leeds to replace the injured winger Joe Vickery.
The Leeds coach, Brian McDermott, said: "Both Kylie and Richard have had very little game-time so far this season after operations in the close season and they will not be in contention for Sunday's game at Castleford."
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