|Name Craig Huby|
Height 1.88 m
|Weight 106 kg|
Spouse Victoria Huby
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Craig Huby (born 21 May 1986 in Pontefract) is an English rugby league footballer playing for Wakefield Trinity (Heritage № 1379), having previously played for Huddersfield Giants in the European Super League. He previously spent 11 years with Castleford Tigers.
Huby made his début for his hometown club against Leeds Rhinos as a 16-year-old in 2003. He was established as a regular first-team player in the 2005 National League season. His good form of that season continued in Super League 2006, and despite suffering a number of injuries in the promotion-winning season of 2007 he has been a key member of the side since. He is a fan favourite at the club whom pride in home grown players. He further gave credence to this after playing in the 2014 Challenge Cup Final two weeks after dislocating his elbow in the Semi Final against Widnes Vikings.
Married to Victoria, they have 2 children and live locally to Castleford where he grew up and played junior rugby for Castleford Panthers.
Craig Huby's position of choice is as a prop, however he has played in the Second Row and was a Loose Forward as a junior.
On 11 September 2014, it was announced that Huby would be joining the Huddersfield Giants on a four-year contract.