Warrington Wolves Player Chris Hill Signed Foundation Rugby Ball

Foundation Rugby Ball 2014

Christopher “Chris” Hill is a professional rugby league footballer who currently plays for Warrington Wolves in the Super League. He previously played for Leigh in the Championship. He is by preference a Prop. Hill signed for Leigh from local Wigan amateur club New Springs Lions in 2004, and started his career as a stand-off or loose forward before moving to prop, progressing through Leigh’s service area, scholarship and youth ranks before making his first senior appearance for Leigh in the 2005 Super League X season, during a 74-8 loss to St. Helens.

In 2006, Hill won the Northern Rail Cup with Leigh after consolidating his place in the side. He toured Australia with Great Britain Under-18s in this same year.

2011 saw Hill win his second Northern Rail Cup trophy with Leigh, featuring as Halifax were defeated 16-20 at Blackpool’s Bloomfield Road Stadium.

Hill accumulated a couple of accolades with Leigh; firstly in reaching 100 appearances for the club, and also being the most recent prop-forward for Leigh to score a hat-trick of tries. After missing only one game in two years, he was made captain of Leigh in 2010.

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