Date of birth
December 17, 1991
Place of birth
The first player to ever sign for the Wolfpack, Liam Kay has been committed to the Club’s journey since day one. The Irish international quickly became a fan favourite thanks to his unbelievable try-scoring record and the thrilling way he plays the game.
Scoring 53 tries in his first 47 appearances, Kay was a huge part of the Wolfpack’s early successes before a serious ankle injury halted his run. Returning mid-way through the 2019 Season, Kay was on the field when the Wolfpack secured promotion to the Super League, a fitting result for a man that has been there every step of the way.
Kay’s innate knowledge of the game and extreme value to the team was on display throughout the 2019 Playoffs series. His ability to cover the ground at pace and help out his team-mates in defence is matched only by his spark in attack, something that has turned many games the Wolfpack’s way during his tenure.
Kay holds the try-scoring record for the Wolfpack and will be keen to extend his remarkable run with the side into another season. Beginning his career with the Wakefield Trinity Wildcats, the Irishman has experience at the Super League level and will be one of the driving forces behind the Wolfpack’s first season in the top-flight in 2020.
A well-known and popular figure across the League, fans in Toronto have come to know Kay for his acrobatic efforts on the field and friendly demeanour away from the game. A fan-favourite from day one, there is little doubt when hearing him speak that he takes great pride in his journey with the Wolfpack. With his injury concerns now well and truly behind him, he will be expecting to return to his best and beyond in 2020.