Date of birth
December 17, 1991
Place of birth
Ireland international Liam Kay has the unique privilege of being the very first player to put pen to paper to sign for Toronto Wolfpack.
After being coached by former Toronto boss Paul Rowley at Championship rivals Leigh Centurions for three seasons, the talented winger became the Canadian club’s first recruit ahead of their inaugural season in 2017.
Since opting to run with the Pack, the former Wakefield Trinity junior became an instant hit with the Lamport faithful through his outstanding try scoring exploits.
Kay has always been noted as a prominent finisher and has a try scoring record since joining the club rivalled by no others in the game, with a remarkable 53 tries in just 47 appearances.
After another huge season for Toronto last year, in which he led the way for the second straight year with 26 tries in 2018, the left winger had his year cut short by an ankle injury.
With a big name signing from the NRL Ricky Leutele joining the club ahead of the 2019 season, Kay is sure to forge a prosperous partnership with the former Cronulla man on a left edge to be feared, with top quality service only serving to see him showcase more sensational finishes on both sides of the Atlantic.