KEAL Carlile is a newcomer to the Featherstone Rovers ranks for 2017, after putting pen to paper on a two-year deal with the club.
The Pontefract-born pivot has arrived from Sheffield Eagles, where he played almost 60 games in a two-year spell with the South Yorkshire side.
Carlile is a product of the Bradford Bulls academy system and he went on to appear as a first-team player in Super League, before signing for Huddersfield in 2009.
A loan stint with Barrow Raiders came next, prior to a successful three-season stay with the former top-flight club Hull Kingston Rovers.
He left the Robins in 2015, after a short spell on loan at Gateshead Thunder, and joined Mark Aston’s Sheffield.