Sezer leaves Raiders, joins Super League

By PA Sport Staff
NRL grand final halfback Aidan Sezer will join Huddersfield on a two-year Super League deal

Aidan Sezer, a key figure in Canberra's run to the NRL grand final, has signed with Super League club Huddersfield on a two-year deal.

The 28-year-old was a key target for Huddersfield head coach Simon Woolford and brings with him more than 150 NRL appearances.

"It's been a drawn-out process for most of the year, but to have it all done is a great relief," Sezer said.

"Obviously it was a disappointing campaign last year for the Giants but the ambition of the club and the group is exciting.

"I'm really looking forward to getting over there and having a successful campaign in 2020."

Woolford said: "I am delighted to finally get the news of Aidan Sezer's signing out as it's been a long process.

"Everyone knows he was my preferred pick in the crucial halfback area but to get a current NRL grand finalist over here in the prime of his career really is a massive boost for the Giants and the game as a whole.

"... his pedigree speaks for itself and he will be a real asset for the team."