Ryan Hall Breaks Try-Scoring Record in Rugby League History

Rugby League Veteran Ryan Hall Surpasses Legendary Teammate’s Try-Scoring Record

Hull KR winger Ryan Hall has etched his name in the annals of Super League history, surpassing the try-scoring record previously held by his former Leeds Rhinos teammate, Danny McGuire.

The 36-year-old England stalwart scored two tries in Hull KR’s 32-6 victory over the Huddersfield Giants on Friday night, bringing his career total to an astonishing 248 Super League tries. This remarkable achievement sees Hall overtake McGuire’s longstanding record of 247 tries, cementing his status as one of the most prolific try-scorers the league has ever witnessed.

Hall, who has represented Great Britain and England a combined 44 times, has been a dominant figure in the sport for over a decade. After spending 12 successful seasons with the Leeds Rhinos, where he amassed 233 tries in 330 appearances, the winger briefly ventured to the NRL with the Sydney Roosters before returning to the UK with Hull KR ahead of the 2021 season.

“It’s really pleasing, I didn’t want to make too much of it! I’m really pleased for what I’ve done, try-scoring goes down as a winger’s thing and I’ve played there for quite a few years so I’m glad to get there.”

With 56 tries in 91 appearances for Hull KR and a remarkable international try-scoring tally of 39 from 40 caps, Ryan Hall’s legacy as one of the game’s all-time great try-scorers is now firmly cemented. As he prepares to return to Leeds Rhinos in 2025, the rugby league community will no doubt eagerly anticipate further records and accolades from this legendary figure.

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