Senior considers Hull KR service
Saturday 17 December 2011
Keith Senior is considering an approach from Hull KR to resurrect his career with them next season.
The former Great Britain centre, 35, missed much of last season at Leeds following knee surgery. He was due to join Crusaders but was left in limbo when they withdrew from Super League. "He [Robins' coach Craig Sandercock] has indicated he would be willing to take a chance on me should I prove my fitness," Senior said.
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