Danny Addy aims to home in on success with Featherstone Rovers
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The vastly experienced player can fill a variety of positions, including half-back, loose forward and second row, and is raring to go after finally joining the club his family have always supported.
“Really pleased to be joining my local club after so much time away,” said Addy.
“This club is in my blood, my family are supporters and I can’t wait to get out there to represent the club in what is an exciting project.”
He has also won 18 caps for Scotland and played in two World Cups.
After ending his three-year spell with Salford the Red Devils director of rugby and operations Ian Blease praised his contribution there, saying: “Danny is a first class professional and it has been a pleasure to work alongside him for the last three years.
“He has made a big contribution to the club and I know his team-mates – past and present – hold him in very high regard.
“I would like to thank Danny for his contribution to the club and wish him the best of luck in his future ventures.”
He explained: “Danny was always a key signing for us.
"He’s a tough uncompromising player who has a good understanding and ability to help us play the way we want to.
"I’m really looking forward to working with him and seeing his influence on and off the field.”
Two of Rovers’ stars from the season recently ended, meanwhile, have committed to the club again, with Connor Jones and Thomas Lacans signing deals for 2024.
"I’ve loved my time at Fev over the last few years, I’m really happy to be staying,” said Jones who will be looking to add to add to his 91 appearances for the club.
"It’s exciting to see a new look squad coming together, I’m looking forward to being part of a new challenge.”