Ryan Hall (rugby league)

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Ryan Hall
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Personal information
Full nameRyan Lee Hall [1]
Born (1987-11-27) 27 November 1987 (age 33)
Rothwell, West Yorkshire, England
Height6 ft 0 in (1.84 m) [2]
Weight16 st 7 lb (105 kg) [2]
Playing information
Position Wing
Club
YearsTeamPldTGFGP
2007–18 Leeds Rhinos 32723200928
2019–20 Sydney Roosters 110000
2021– Hull Kingston Rovers 20150044
Total35824700972
Representative
YearsTeamPldTGFGP
2009– England 383600140
2019– England 9s 41004
2019– Great Britain 20000
As of 15 June 2021
Source: [3] [4] [5] [6]

Ryan Lee Hall (born 27 November 1987) is an English professional rugby league footballer who plays as a winger for Hull Kingston Rovers in the Betfred Super League, and England and Great Britain at international level.

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He previously played his entire Super League career with Leeds Rhinos, winning the 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2015 and 2017 Super League Grand Finals with them. In 2014 he was part of the Leeds team that won the Challenge Cup and was the winner of the Lance Todd Trophy. [4] [5] He also spent two seasons playing for Sydney Roosters in the NRL.

Early years

Hall was born in Rothwell, West Yorkshire, England.

Hall joined the Leeds Academy in 2006 after being spotted playing for amateur club the Oulton Raiders by former Leeds coach John Daly. Daly contacted the then Academy boss John Bastian, who quickly invited Hall to the club for trials. He made eight appearances for the Junior Academy team in his début season, before quickly being selected for the Senior Academy team. He made eleven appearances for the Senior Academy team & scored three tries, including the Senior Academy Grand Final victory over Hull FC.

Professional playing career

2000s

Hall made his Super League début coming off the bench at the 2007 Millennium Magic weekend at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff in the controversial 42–38 victory over Bradford Bulls. Hall made his first start a fortnight later in the defeat at Hull F.C. & went on to make nine first team appearances in 2007, scoring three tries. He was not selected for Leeds 33-6 2007 Super League Grand Final victory against St. Helens though.

In 2008, Hall made sixteen appearances & scored nine tries, including a try in the 24-16 2008 Super League Grand Final victory, again against St. Helens.

Hall leaving the pitch at Headingley after beating Catalans Dragons 27-20 in the 2009 Superleague playoff semi final Ryan Hall Leeds.jpg
Hall leaving the pitch at Headingley after beating Catalans Dragons 27–20 in the 2009 Superleague playoff semi final

In 2009, Hall became a regular in Leeds' first team as the team went on to win their third Grand Final in a row, 18-10, again against St Helens at Old Trafford. [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13] [14] [15] [16] [17] [18]

Hall ended 2009 as the season's top try-scorer, with 31 tries in just 30 games in all competitions. He was named Young Player of the Year, as well as runner-up in the Player of the Year award.

Hall received the Rugby League International Federation's Rookie of the Year award for 2009. [19]

2010s

In 2010, Hall scored 31 tries in 33 appearances & was named in the Super League Dream Team for the second year in a row and featured in the 2010 World Club Challenge and 2010 Challenge Cup Final for Leeds.

He played in the 2010 Challenge Cup Final defeat by the Warrington Wolves at Wembley Stadium. [20] [21]

Hall played on the wing and scored two tries for Leeds in the 2011 Challenge Cup Final defeat by the Wigan Warriors at Wembley Stadium. [22] [23] [24] [25] [26] [27] [28] [29] [30] [31] [32] [33] [34] [35] [36]

He played in the 2011 Super League Grand Final victory over St. Helens at Old Trafford. [37] [38]

On 17 February 2012, Hall confirmed his standing as one of the premier wingers in rugby league when he scored 2 tries – including a 95-metre intercept try – and was named man-of-the-match in Leeds' 26–12 victory over Australian champions Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles in the 2012 World Club Challenge played at the home venue of Leeds, Headingley. [39] Throughout the year he showed outstanding form, which earnt him the award of being named the 'World's Best Winger'. [40]

He played in the 2012 Challenge Cup Final defeat by the Warrington Wolves at Wembley Stadium. [41] [42] [43] [44]

He played in the 2012 Super League Grand Final victory over the Warrington Wolves at Old Trafford. [45] [42]

In 2014, Hall signed a new five-year deal for the Leeds Rhinos.

He played in the 2014 Challenge Cup Final victory over the Castleford Tigers at Wembley Stadium, [46] Hall scoring two tries as Leeds beat Castleford, 23–10, and was voted the winner of the Lance Todd Trophy. [47]

He played in the 2015 Challenge Cup Final victory over Hull Kingston Rovers at Wembley Stadium. [48] [49] [50]

He played in the 2015 Super League Grand Final victory over the Wigan Warriors at Old Trafford. [51]

He played in the 2017 Super League Grand Final victory over the Castleford Tigers at Old Trafford. [52] [53] [54]

In February 2019, it was revealed that Hall had signed with NRL side the Sydney Roosters. [55] Hall made his NRL debut for the Sydney Roosters against Brisbane in Round 10 of the 2019 NRL season which finished in a 15–10 loss at Suncorp Stadium. The following week, Hall made his first appearance for North Sydney, the reserve grade side for Eastern Suburbs in the Canterbury Cup NSW. [56] [57]

Hall made six appearances for the Sydney Roosters scoring no tries. He was not included in the club's finals campaign or the grand final team which defeated Canberra to win their second successive premiership. [58] [59]

Hall made just five appearances for the Sydney Roosters in the 2020 NRL season scoring no tries. He was not included in the club's finals campaign and was subsequently released. [60]

On 15 November 2020, Hull Kingston Rovers announced the signing of Hall to a two-year contract.

2020s

In round 1 of the 2021 Super League season, Hall made his debut for Hull Kingston Rovers. After failing to score a try for two years, Hall scored a hat-trick in a 29–28 loss against Catalans Dragons. [61]

In round 5 of the 2021 Super League season, he scored two tries in a 50–26 loss against Warrington. [62]

In round 9 of the 2021 Super League season, Hall scored a hat-trick in Hull KR's 40–16 victory over Leigh. [63]

International career

He earned a place in the England squad for the 2010 Four Nations tournament and although injury ruled him out of the first Test against New Zealand, he returned for the final game against Papua New Guinea. He also represented England in their 60–6 win over France. [6]

Hall was also selected for the 2011 Four Nations, scoring 2 tries against Australia at Wembley in a 20–36 loss.

In 2013, Ryan was selected to help England's causes in the 2013 Rugby League World Cup. He was one of the best players in the tournament, earning himself a place on the wing in the RLIF team of the year. He scored eight tries in five matches for England. He has now scored 21 tries in 20 games for England which is a new record. [64]

In November 2014, Hall played in the 2014 Four Nations. He was England's top try scorer in the tournament, scoring three tries. He scored his fifth try in four test matches against Australia, and he scored a double against New Zealand.

In October 2015, Hall was picked in a 24-man England squad to play against New Zealand in a three-match test-series. Beforehand though, England played a test match against France in Leigh. Hall scored two tries in a match where England would go on to dominate their opponents and thereon create a new record for the biggest winning margin against the 'Les Tricolores'.

The following year, Hall was picked in England's 24-man squad for the 2016 Four Nations. On 22 October 2016, Hall extended his England try scoring record, scoring another two tries against France in Avignon. In the Four Nations, Hall scored one try in each of England's games to keep his try scoring record for England in as many appearances.

In 2017, Ryan continued his try scoring form for England in a mid-season test match against Samoa in Australia. Later in the year, he was selected as a part of England's 24-man squad for the 2017 Rugby League World Cup. [65]

He was selected in England 9s squad for the 2019 Rugby League World Cup 9s. [66]

He was selected in squad for the 2019 Great Britain Lions tour of the Southern Hemisphere. [67] He made his Great Britain test debut in the defeat by Tonga. [68]

Hall playing for Leeds in 2015 Ryan Hall 1.jpg
Hall playing for Leeds in 2015
Hall pre-game for Leeds in 2016 Ryan Hall pre game.jpg
Hall pre-game for Leeds in 2016
Hall while playing for England at the 2013 World Cup Ryan Hall 2013 RLWC.jpg
Hall while playing for England at the 2013 World Cup
Hall warming up for England in 2016 Ryan Hall England.jpg
Hall warming up for England in 2016

International Test caps and tries

Matches do not include friendly matches or International Origin matches as these are unofficial test matches. [69]

No.DateVenueOpponentScoreResultCompetitionTries
113 June 2009 Stade Jean-Bouin, Paris, FranceFlag of France.svg  France 12–66 Win Test match 1
223 October 2009 Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster, England Flag of France.svg France 34–12 Win 2009 Four Nations 1
331 October 2009 DW Stadium, Wigan, EnglandFlag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 16–26 Loss2009 Four Nations0
47 November 2009 Galpharm Stadium, Huddersfield, EnglandFlag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand 20–12 Win2009 Four Nations0
514 November 2009 Elland Road, Leeds, England Flag of Australia (converted).svg Australia 16–46 Loss2009 Four Nations0
612 June 2010 Leigh Sports Village, Leigh, England Flag of France.svg France 60–6 WinTest match0
76 November 2010 Eden Park, Auckland, New ZealandFlag of Papua New Guinea.svg  Papua New Guinea 36–10 Win 2010 Four Nations 0
821 October 2011 Parc des Sports, Avignon, France Flag of France.svg France 18–32 Win Test match 1
929 October 2011Leigh Sports Village, Leigh, EnglandFlag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales 42–4 Win 2011 Four Nations 0
105 November 2011 Wembley Stadium, London, England Flag of Australia (converted).svg Australia 20–36 Loss2011 Four Nations2
1112 November 2011 KC Stadium, Hull, England Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand 28–6 Win2011 Four Nations1
1219 November 2011Elland Road, Leeds, England Flag of Australia (converted).svg Australia 8–30 Loss2011 Four Nations1
1327 October 2012 Racecourse Ground, Wrexham, Wales Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Wales 12–80 Win 2012 Autumn Internationals 2
143 November 2012 MS3 Craven Park, Hull, England Flag of France.svg France 44–6 Win2012 Autumn Internationals0
1511 November 2012 Salford City Stadium, Salford, England Flag of France.svg France 48–4 Win2012 Autumn Internationals4
1626 October 2013 Millennium Stadium, Cardiff, Wales Flag of Australia (converted).svg Australia 20–28 Loss 2013 World Cup 1
172 November 2013 John Smith's Stadium, Huddersfield, EnglandFour Provinces Flag.svg  Ireland 42–0 Win2013 World Cup3
189 November 2013KC Stadium, Hull, EnglandFlag of Fiji.svg  Fiji 34–12 Win2013 World Cup2
1916 November 2013DW Stadium, Wigan, England Flag of France.svg France 34–6 Win2013 World Cup2
2023 November 2013Wembley Stadium, London, England Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand 18–20 Loss2013 World Cup0
2125 October 2014 Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane, AustraliaFlag of Samoa.svg  Samoa 32–26 Win 2014 Four Nations 0
222 November 2014 AAMI Park, Melbourne, Australia Flag of Australia (converted).svg Australia 16–12 Loss2014 Four Nations1
238 November 2014 Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin, New Zealand Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand 16–14 Loss2014 Four Nations2
2424 October 2015Leigh Sports Village, Leigh, England Flag of France.svg France 84–4 WinTest match2
251 November 2015KC Stadium, Hull, England Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand 26–12 Win Baskerville Shield 0
267 November 2015 Olympic Stadium, London, England Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand 2–9 LossBaskerville Shield0
2714 November 2015DW Stadium, Wigan, England Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand 20–14 WinBaskerville Shield0
2822 October 2016Parc des Sports, Avignon, France Flag of France.svg France 6–40 Win Test match 2
2929 October 2016John Smith's Stadium, Huddersfield, England Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand 16–17 Loss 2016 Four Nations 1
305 November 2016 Ricoh Arena, Coventry, EnglandFlag of Scotland.svg  Scotland 38–12 Win2016 Four Nations1
3113 November 2016 London Stadium, London, England Flag of Australia (converted).svg Australia 18–36 Loss2016 Four Nations1
326 May 2017 Campbelltown Stadium, Campbelltown, Australia Flag of Samoa.svg Samoa 30–10 Win Test match 1
3327 October 2017 Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne, Australia Flag of Australia (converted).svg Australia 18–4 Loss 2017 World Cup 0
344 November 2017 Sydney Football Stadium, Sydney, AustraliaFlag of Lebanon.svg  Lebanon 29–10 Win2017 World Cup1
3519 November 2017Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, Melbourne, Australia Flag of Papua New Guinea.svg Papua New Guinea 36–6 Win2017 World Cup1
3625 November 2017 Mount Smart Stadium, Auckland, New ZealandFlag of Tonga.svg  Tonga 18–20 Win2017 World Cup0
372 December 2017 Brisbane Stadium, Brisbane, Australia Flag of Australia (converted).svg Australia 6–0 Loss2017 World Cup0

Honours

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International

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