Former Great Britain centre Keith Senior is to return to Sheffield Eagles as part of the Championship's club back-room staff.
Senior, 37, who was a member of the Eagles side that beat Wigan in the 1998 Challenge Cup final at Wembley, will become one of two assistants to head coach Mark Aston, while maintaining his day-to-day role at the Leeds Rugby Foundation.
Senior, who played with Aston at Sheffield from 1995-99, hung up his boots in 2011 after becoming the first player to reach 500 appearances in Super League.
Leeds Rhinos legend Keith Senior speaks to Calendar ahead of his 113 km cycle ride to raise money for the Leeds Rugby Foundation. Senior and his team had already completed a 13 mile run, and later will endure 13 miles on rowing machines at Headingley ahead of the Super League clash against Hull KR.
Leeds Rhinos star Keith Senior has just started a 96 mile challenge, running, cycling and rowing to raise money for the Leeds Rugby Foundation.
He set off from Headingley this morning and will finish tonight outside the Carnegie stadium, where Leeds Rhinos face Hull KR in the Super League.