A prolific try-scorer, the former Castleford centre first arrived in the North East on a season long loan from the Super League side back in 2019 and has been bone fide star in his time on Tyneside.
Looking to bounce back from a serious injury in 2018, Gill’s first full season with Thunder saw him regain the free-scoring form that marked him out as one of the most exciting young talents in the British game.
Making 23 appearances, Gill broke the long-standing club record of Matty Daylight for the most tries scored in a single season, with 28 over the course of the year.
Forming a formidable paring on the left edge with Alex Clegg, Gill continued where he left off at the start of 2020, with five tries in five games before the Covid 19 enforced cancellation of the season.
Developing as an on-field leader throughout his time with the club, Gill adds further potency to a 2021 back line that already has the services of Alex Clegg, Jack Johnson, Calum Turner, Matty Wright and Lewis Young to call upon.