Could Hall Be The First Back To Crack The NRL?

The Super League has sent some of it's biggest and best talent down-under in an attempt to prove they can do it on both sides of the world; Sam Tomkins, Dan Sarginson and Zak Hardaker are the most recent players to head to Aus and chance their arm to no avail.

Tomkins had a decent season in the NRL with the Warriros but looked not even close to his brilliant and most dangerous best, Hardaker barely got a look in at the Panthers and was forced to settle for a rotation spot in the centres, while Dan Sarginson only made 6 appearances for the Titans.

The obvious exception to the rule is Gareth Widdop, while Widdop was born in the UK it's also worth remembering all his junior Rugby League and Academy level performances came while he was playing in Australia. Could Hall be the man to truly captivate both sides of the world?

At international level Hall has been a prominent threat to Australian defences, bigger and stronger than your average winger, but sacrificing pace to accommodate his large frame which is key when faced with the likes of; Valentine Holmes, Josh Addo-Carr and Suliasi Vunivalu. Under the high ball you will struggle to find a safer player, a man who can contest kicks and return them with interest off his own line.

At the moment Hall to the NRL is pure speculation, however, it would be really interesting to see how he would fair in arguably the most challenging competition in the wolrd.


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