Marcus St Hilaire - Later Years

Later Years

Midway through the 2002 season, St Hilaire was released from the final year of his contract and rejoined Huddersfield, where he helped the Claret and Golds regain their place in Super League.

After being released by Huddersfield after the 2005 season, St Hilaire joined Halifax. But after playing a small part in a friendly game for them, he signed for Bradford for the 2006 season as fullback cover. St Hilaire left the club at the end of 2007, joining Oldham. In 2009 he represented Ireland.

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