Keith Senior

DOB
24/04/1976
Birth Place
Huddersfield
Position
Centre
Honours
Great Britain, England
Heritage Number
1313
APPS
365
POINTS
684

BIOGRAPHY

Debut: Vs London Broncos (H) 10th September 1999

Honours: Grand Final (Winner: 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009), Challenge Cup (Finalist: 2000, 2003, 2005, 2010), World Club (Winner: 2005, 2008; Finalist: 2009, 2010), League Leaders’ Shield (2004, 2009)

Legendary centre Keith Senior joined the Rhinos at the end of the 1999 season from Sheffield Eagles.

Remarkably his signing was not initially welcomed in all sections of supporters after he replaced Brad Godden in the side but after a four try haul against Halifax midway through 2000, he soon became a favourite.

He finished that season with 17 tries, seconded only by Ryan Sheridan and would be back up there for the next three seasons, finishing top in 2002 with 24.

A Grand Final winner in 2004, Keith was in the prime of his career, picking up World Club Challenge winners medals in 2005 and 2008 and played a part in all three of Leeds’ ‘Three in a Row’ Grand Finals.

He retired from the game midway through 2011 after a serious knee injury, finishing his Leeds career with 365 appearances and 171 tries.