Leeds Rhinos signed Australian prop Keith Galloway on a three-year contract from NRL side Wests Tigers. The 29-year-old gained five caps with Australia in 2011 and has made one State of Origin appearance for New South Wales. He has made over 200 NRL appearances for Wests and Cronulla Sharks since making his debut as a 17-year-old in 2003.
While attending Marist College Kogarah, Keith played for the NSW Under-17s and 19s and then Australian Schoolboys team in 2002. He played junior football with the Brighton Seagulls in the St George District, before being encouraged to switch to the Yarrawarrah Tigers by mentor Robert Stone.
Keith made his NRL debut for the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks in 2003 while still attending high school, a few months before his 18th birthday. He made eight appearances from the bench in the second half of the 2003 season, scoring a try in his second match.
Starting the 2004 season on the bench, Keith scored the Sharks' sole try in the opening game of the season, a 6-12 loss to Wests Tigers. He played in 14 games for the season, including some mid-season appearances in the starting side in the second-row.
In 2005 he regularly featured off the bench for the Sharks, but in the qualifying final match against St George Dragons he was promoted to starting prop, in what was his last game for the club.
He joined the Wests Tigers in 2006 and made 173 appearances for the side and scored six tries. He was selected for City in the City vs Country match on 8 May 2009 before the 2009 State of Origin series Galloway was named in the 40 man New South Wales preliminary squad but was ultimately not available for selection due to injury.
Keith was eligible for Scotland's 2008 Rugby League World Cup campaign and was named in the Scotland training squad for the 2008 Rugby League World Cup but in 2009 was named in Australia's Four-Nations train-on squad.
2008 also saw him picked for the Prime Minister's XIII to play Papua New Guinea, but had to withdraw due to an injury to his left knee.
In 2011, Galloway made his State of Origin debut, coming off the bench in game three of the series. By the end of that year he became the first Wests Tigers' prop to be chosen in an Australian squad and he made his test debut against New Zealand, coming off the bench to score a try in the second half, in a game won easily by Australia. He went on to play in all four of Australia's Four Nations matches. He was awarded the Noel Kelly Medal for Best Forward at the Wests Tigers for the year.
Injuries hampered Keith's chances of playing representative football in 2012 but he made 18 appearances for the Wests Tigers. A torn pectoral muscle in the round two game saw Keith miss seventeen weeks of football in 2013, playing just 9 games
In his final season he played in 22 games in 2015 and made 502 tackles for the year and averaged over a hundred metres per game with the ball.