After earning his stripes at Hull FC in his maiden season in 2017, Albert Kelly was frustrated throughout the 2018 campaign, missing a long list of games through concussion.
Despite his absences last season, the 27-year-old still stacked up 17 try assists, averaging more than an assist per appearance in all competitions throughout the 2018 campaign.
The former Gold Coast Titans and Cronulla Sharks halfback linked up strongly with 2018 recruit Bureta Faraimo, setting up some impressive tries for the powerful winger.
Brought in from city rivals Hull Kingston Rovers to add some sting to Hull FC’s attack, the 25-year-old is an explosive half-back with a direct and potentially devastating running game.
He was previously at the Gold Coast Titans alongside Mark Minichiello and Kelly is also the cousin of Australian Test star Greg Inglis.
Previous Clubs: Cronulla Sharks, Gold Coast Titans, Hull Kingston Rovers
Community Club: Bowraville Tigers
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