Sky Sports rugby league reporter Jenna Brooks is back with another look at the latest spread gossip and news, including another big-name sign for Catalans Dragons and a possible father-son reunion at Leigh Centurions…
May deal done
As expected Tyrone May will spend 2022 in South of France.
The former Penrith Panthers player shall join new recruits Mitchell Pearce and Dylan Napa to the Catalans Dragons after signing a one-year agreement.
the 25-year old made are NRL debut for the Panthers in 2017, where he scored five tries in nine performances.
“First of everyone, I am very grateful for this opportunity,” May said. “I can give the… coach Steve McNamara, Alex Chan and the President Bernard Guasch enough for so i can come up with something like this great club with a great fan base.
“I can’t wait to meet my new team-partners and gain their respect by working hard to go one better this year.”
Can, who can play half-back, middle of in the back row, helped Penrith to an NRL Grand Final triumph in 2021 and has 56 . played games in four seasons, scored 10 tries.
dragons head coach McNamara said May not only brings wealth of experience but want add a lot of of depth and quality to be team also.
“Tyrone will add great quality, depth and competition for places within our team’ said McNamara arrives like a current Grand finale winner and its versatility and ability until play many positions to a high standard will be huge asset for us.”
Obviously Lachlan is Lam set until play to be below father, Adrian Lam, at Championship side Leigh Centurions for 2022.
The Sydney Grids half-back is still contracted with the NRL side for next season, but according to wide world of Sport, Lam will ask for release.
In three seasons, Papua New Guinea international has 31 . played games for the Bondi-based side.
the 23-year-old has trouble taking ownership of the roosters half-back sweater yes, with the likes of Sam Walker and Luke Keary are seen as the consistent playmakers.
The younger Lamb will probably join Nene McDonald, who has signed with the centurions for the 2022 championship season.
the 27-year-old played almost 100 NRL games for Sydney Roosters, Gold Coast Titans, St George Illawarra, North Queensland Cowboys and Cronulla Sharks.
Papua New Guinea international said it was an ambition of are to play in the UK and he can’t wait to get started with to be new side.
“I hope to get over if soon if possible’ said McDonald. ‘Comes to… live and play in the UK has long been an ambition of mine and this is the perfect opportunity for me.
“I knew Adrian Lam… for a while now. He is a legend in PNG and we have kept in to touch over the years. He told me that he wanted i have to come over and having him with Leigh will make the transition easier.
“Now I hope for An big year with Leigh Centurions and To finish the playing for my country again in the Worldcup. It’s a huge honor playing for PNG and met already played in two World Cups I can’t wait for experience Which again.”
The championship side to have also announced the signature of prop Tom Amone of Wests Tigers.
the 24-year-old, who spent time playing for the Rabbitohs in the NRL too, said he wants help the Centurions return to the highest flight.
“I’m a little nervous, but I’m also very excited and can’t wait to get it over to the UK and get ready for An big season ahead,” said Amone.
“L know what the ambitions of the club are, and I want until play my part in Leigh Centurions help their goal of to get back to the Super League.”
lazy plays on
It seems like we haven’t seen the last of Rob Luis on a rugby league pitch.
The former Leeds Rhinos Playmaker, who left Headingley to return to Australia, is set until sign for The feeder of North Queensland team Townsville Blackhawks – meaning he could feature again in the NRL if requested.
the 31-year-old has played more than 200 games for Wests Tigers, the Cowboys, Salford Red Devils and Leeds.
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