Official Kayal Iro

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(I realise this was mentioned earlier).

Also from last month:

 

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(I realise this was mentioned earlier).

Awesome stuff and what a game for him to grab it in!

@burgess1978 still trying to convince you he's a strong defender in the press releases 😉🤣
 

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Seems like even Fitz doesn’t rate “where was Cooper Cronk at my age” Hiroti
 

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Seems like even Fitz doesn’t rate “where was Cooper Cronk at my age” Hiroti
I don't think any body compares hiroti to cronk. I don't know if you realised but Cronk was a half back and Hiroti is a centre. Yes I am being sarcastic
 

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don't understand the mawene hate. decent player considering his athletic physique. not a 300k a year player but did his part. and a way better player than you
 
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This is so good. I look forward to watching him. Wish him all the best tomorrow.
 

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From a Wigan Article earlier this year celebrating Kevin's son
It would be nice if in the future he can make it as NRL grade at Centre in addition to Winger/Fullback
Fingers Crossed

Now, it’s his son Kayal’s turn who has signed for NRL side Cronulla Sharks and has been immediately included in their top 30 squad for the rest of the 2022 season, The Mole at the Wide World of Sports has reported.

Having been in superb form for the high-flying Newtown Jets in the NSW Cup this season, Iro was handed a contract with the Sharks until the end of 2024.

Aged just 22, Iro certainly did not look out of place as he starred for the Cook Islands in their heavy defeat to Samoa in the recent Pacific Test match.


A former Warriors under 20s player and Newcastle lower grader, the silky centre could well get a shot in the NRL if injuries hit the Sharks towards the end of the season.

He’s certainly one to keep an eye on for Wigan, Leeds and St Helens supporters!
 
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