A hooker by trade, since joining Cornwall RLFC in May, Nathan Conroy has played almost exclusively as a stand-off.
The 27-year-old started his career at three time World Club Challenge winners Bradford Bulls and made his Super League debut in 2013 against Huddersfield Giants.
The following campaign, which ended in relegation from Super League for the Bulls, Conroy made five appearances and was joined in the Bradford ranks by his new Cornwall team mate Anthony Mullally, who was on loan at the club from Huddersfield.
Finding game time hard to come by at Odsal in 2015, Conroy left his home town club and subsequently had spells at Dewsbury Rams, Keighley Cougars and Coventry Bears.
Conroy’s last club was Hunslet and he started the 2020 season at the South Leeds Stadium before all rugby below the top flight was declared null and void due to covid-19 pandemic.
Personal commitments saw Conroy decide to step away from the sport after the 2021 campaign but after watching Cornwall against his old club Hunslet earlier this month, he returned to rugby league’s professional ranks.