Hull KR have confirmed that Matt Parcell has signed a new two-year deal with the club that will see the 29-year-old stay at Sewell Group Craven Park until the end of 2024.
After joining the Robins midway through 2019, Parcell made an immediate impact, scoring the match- winning try on his debut in Hull KR’s 18-10 derby win over Hull FC.
Since then, the Queensland-born hooker has become known for his blistering pace and has asserted himself as a consistent performer in the Super League, his 2022 season so far gaining praise from fans and pundits alike.
There has been significant interest from NRL clubs looking to sign Parcell and so Hull KR had to work hard to fight off interest and secure the 2017 Grand Final winner’s services for the next two seasons,
Speaking on his new two-year deal and decision to remain in Super League, Parcell was excited to be staying in Red and White and to work under new head coach Willie Peters next season.
“The club’s been brilliant to me since I’ve been here. The group of guys we have, it’s a joy coming to training and getting to play with them every week. I’m really enjoying where I’m at,” said Parcell.