Kevin Larroyer (born 19 June 1989 in Toulouse) is a French professional rugby league player for the Castleford Tigers in the Super League. He previously played for Toulouse Olympique, Catalans Dragons and Hull K.R.. He plays as a second-row forward.
Larroyer began his professional career with Toulouse Olympique.
He moved to the Catalans Dragons for the 2012 season.
In 2013 Larroyer was signed by Hull KR from Catalan Dragons on a season long loan deal. After an impressive season at Hull KR, making 22 appearances for the Robins and scoring seven tries the club extended Larroyer's loan deal for another year for season 2015.
In September 2015, the French international committed his future to Hull Kingston Rovers by signing a 3-year deal taking his service with the Robins into 2018.
He was released from his contract following Hull KR's relegation from Super League at the end of the 2016 season and subsequently joined Castleford Tigers in 2017.
He spent time on loan at the Bradford Bulls to regain match fitness early in the 2017 season.
In 2013 Larroyer was selected to represent his home country France in the Rugby League World Cup. Larroyer played for his country at the 2014 European Championship. During a 22-12 defeat by Ireland in Dublin, Larroyer scored a converted try for his home nation. During 2015 Larroyer played for France in the European Championship. France launched their 2015 European Championship campaign with a 31-14 win over Ireland which went some way to erasing the memory of their defeat by the Wolfhounds in last year's corresponding fixture where Larroyer scored a try to help the French side secure their victory. In 2016 Larroyer was selected to play for his country in France's lone international against England in Avignon for the Four Nations where France showed a marked improvement from the last time they played against England.
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