Leeds and Hunslet Schools Rugby League
Coleman, 32, joins the Parksiders, who were in pole position in BetFred League 1 when the Covid-19 lockdown struck in March, on a one-year deal.
He was with Newcastle Thunder earlier this year after having spent most of the previous decade and more with London Skolars, with spells between-times at York City Knights and Keighley Cougars.
The goal-kicking Jamaica international – who is looking forward to this year’s World Cup after having starred in the Reggae Warriors’ victory over the USA in the qualifying game at Jacksonville, Florida in November 2018 – admits that a key factor in his moving to Hunslet is the club’s high reputation, with several of the current squad, and a number of former players, speaking glowingly of life with the Parksiders.
|Favourite music?||UK Garage|
|Favourite player?||Dean Widders|
|Favourite ground?||Halliwell Jones|
|Favourite Rugby League team?||Wigan|
|Favourite holiday destination?||New Zealand|
|Children?||2 (Cooper & Savanna)|
|Current car?||Lexus IS|
|Biggest influence on career?||Dad and brother|
|Biggest achievement in career to date?||Qualifying for World Cup with Jamaica|