Hastings To Reboot Career In Super League


Jackson Hastings has had a rough time in the NRL over the last few years, after leaving the Roosters at the end of the 2016 season having played 34 games, it looked for all the while his move to Manly would see him partner Daly Cherry-Evans in the halves for the Northern Beaches club.

After failing to find form the Sea Eagles in his mere 13 appearances throughout the 2017 season, Hastings was falling further and further down the pecking order. An incident on the training paddock very much became the nail in the coffin, as just 3 weeks later the Sea Eagles released the 22 year old halfback, with no NRL clubs stepping forward to take on the wayward former Australian Schoolboy rep, his sights are firmly set on Super League.

A number of clubs are rumoured to be interested in securing Hastings signature, the early front runners appear to be; Catalans, Salford, Hull KR and Huddersfield.

Catalans - The Dragons are having somewhat of a staffing overhaul for the 2019 season, with Drinkwater only in Perpignan on a loan basis, the Dragons may well be looking to Hastings to fill that gap in the halves.

Salford - With Jack Littlejohn underperforming and Robert Lui acting as a solo linchpin for the Red Devils, they are no doubt looking for a vibrant talent to pair with the experience of Lui to really steady their ship, not to mention the much needed injury cover in their spine.

Hull KR - The Robins have tried and failed to lure away ball players from Super League competitors; Matty Smith, Robert Lui and Albert Kelly all missed targets, despite rumours of Sandow making a Super League return with Tim Sheens' men, Sandow assured us in an interview it wasn't the case.

Huddersfield - The Giants have emerged as one of the front runners for Hastings signature, the Giants halves are not getting any younger and the young Australian may well be the answer to the question "who fills Brough's boots".




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