The Narromine Jets have named former Macquarie Raiders coach Dylan Hill to captain-coach their first grade side in 2019.
A statement released by the club stated they are “excited to welcome a new addition to the Jets family”.
“Dylan will bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the role, and the Jets are excited to have him on board,” the statement said.
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Hill was selected to play in the NSW Indigenous side in 2008 and the Australian Institute of Sport team in 2009.
Between 2010 and 2013 Hill played in the NRL under 20’s competition with Cronulla and Manly. However has had a couple of years off from playing.
This year was Hill’s first year of successfully coaching the first grade Macquarie Raiders to the semifinals and is looking forward to coming to the Jets and playing again.
“I made my playing comeback recently at the Indigenous Knockout with the Dubbo Pacemakers and I’m really looking forward to joining the Jets. The change is refreshing,” Hill said.
President of the Jets Archie Harding said he is really looking forward to the 2019 season welcomes Hill and his partner Tiffany to the Jets family.
Hill anticipates commencing pre-season at the end of November.