NEWS | Hall's tribute to Kesik

NEWS | Hall's tribute to Kesik

7th October 2019

Chief executive Carl Hall has paid tribute to Kyle Kesik after the hooker’s time with the Dons came to an end.

Kesik departs the Keepmoat Stadium having made more than 250 appearances for the club since signing from Sheffield Eagles in 2009, and Hall says he will always be remembered as a Dons legend.

He said: “Kyle is the last of the old guard and he has always given 100 per cent for us while out on the field.

“His attitude and determination to win games and inspire those around him is second to none, and that has meant he has been a fans favourite during his time here.

“Having Kayleigh and Makenzie here with him has been a big part of Kyle’s success, they will forever be part of the Dons family and we wish them all the best in their next chapter.”

Kesik said: “I’d like to thank Carl Hall and Tony Miller for bringing me to the club in 2009, I’ve made some great memories with some amazing people, with the 2012 season a real standout.

“It was a massive honour to captain the club for five years, and a special mention and thank you has to go to the fans – you have been amazing since the day I arrived and I won’t forget what you’ve done for me.

“I wish the club all the best for next season, and I already can’t wait to visit. Thank you, Kes.”

NEWS | Hall's tribute to Kesik