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Sentences forIestyn Harris
- Iestyn Harris joined Leeds that year for a record-breaking £350,000 transfer and was appointed captain in his first full season at the age of only 21.
- In 2012, two tries in a fixture against France saw Williams overtake Iestyn Harris to become Wales' all-time leading try scorer.
- Several players, including Iestyn Harris and Mat Rogers, have converted between the two codes on more than one occasion.
- It was confirmed in early April 2014 that Iestyn Harris, a former assistant coach at rival Super League club Wigan, would become the new head coach of Salford.
- At the end of the season, he was named Man of Steel, the first Leeds player to win the award since Iestyn Harris in 1998.
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