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Jamie Ellis (born 4 October 1989 in St Helens, Merseyside) is an English professional rugby league footballer who currently plays for Huddersfield Giants but is on loan to Hull KR for the 2017 season. Signed for St. Helens as a youngster from amateur team Chorley Panthers, Ellis is a Scrum-half/Halfback and has also played for Leigh Centurions, Hull F.C. and Castleford Tigers.
Ellis made his professional début in a 20-10 loss to Salford City Reds in 2009's Super League XIV. He since featured against Harlequins RL in 2009's Super League XIV Round 22 game, where he came off the bench to be utilised as a hooker.
At the end of 2010's Super League XV, Ellis left St. Helens, after falling out of favour with new coach Royce Simmons and a run of bad injuries saw him leave the Super League side. He joined Championship outfit Leigh Centurions on a one-year contract.
In May 2011 it was confirmed that Ellis would be moving to Super League side Hull F.C. for the start of the 2012 campaign.
In June 2012, Ellis signed a contract with Castleford Tigers for the 2013 season where he then left at the end of 2014.
In October 2014, it was announced that he would join the Huddersfield Giants on a two-year deal starting in 2015.
2016 Ellis is signed onto a 1-year loan to Hull Kingston Rovers, citing Head Coach Tim Sheens' intentions of getting Rovers back into the Super League.