Hayes Moves On

HEAD Physiotherapist Joey Hayes has left the club to focus on new ventures outside of Rugby League.

The former GB International has been with the Saints for more than 10 years.

As a player, he joined Saints from Crosfields in 1994 and went on to make 44 appearances for club, scoring 29 tries.

He was part of the squad that won the inaugural Super League title in 1996 and was capped by Great Britain in the same year against Papua New Guinea.

From there, he played for Salford and Oldham and returned to Saints in 2003 as Physiotherapist.

He’s worked under a number of coaches and been an integral part of the Club’s success over the last decade.

Joey leaves us with our very best wishes and we wish him all the best for the future.

“I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to the Chairman and everyone involved with the club,” Joey said. “I have had many great memories both as a player and as part of the medical team and it has been a privilege to work with such a great club for so long.

“I think that with Keiron as Head Coach the club will see many more years of success and I wish him and the team all of the best for the future.

“Come on you Saints!”

Joey (left) is pictured here with Matt Daniels (Head of Strength of Conditioning) and Nathan Mill (Rehab and Monitoring Co-Ordinator)

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