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Joe Westerman is an international representative for both England and the England Knights in rugby league football. He presently plays as a loose forward or second row for the Castleford Tigers in the Betfred Super League.
Westerman began his professional rugby league career with the Castleford Tigers after joining from his junior club, the Featherstone Lions, in 2007. Since then, he has enjoyed a remarkable and illustrious career. He scored 12 tries in 25 games for Castleford in his maiden Super League season, and many predicted he would play for England RL in the future.
The next year, Hull F.C. acquired Westerman as their star player for Super League XVI, paying a hefty transfer price to do so. He later agreed to a £150,000 contract with Warrington and participated in the 2016 Challenge Cup Final and 2016 Super League Grand Final.
Westerman joined the Toronto Wolfpack in 2017, the Rugby League’s first transatlantic team, however the franchise dropped him after just four appearances. He returned to Hull FC in April 2018 before signing a two-year contract to join his old team, the Castleford Tigers, in June 2021.
With the Castleford Tigers for a second time, Westerman has had a terrific start, making his second debut in February 2022 and winning the fans’ choice award for the first two rounds of the season. He received plaudits from Lee Radford, his head coach, who referred to him as “the greatest 13 in the competition.”
In October 2011, Westerman played for the England Knights, leading them to a 38-18 victory over France. He joined the England team again in June 2021 after making his senior international debut for England in October 2014. Westerman is certain to have a big impact on rugby league thanks to his excellent performance with the Castleford Tigers and his prior international experience.
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