8th December 2018, 09:00
BULLS SWOOP IN FOR STAR THREE QUARTER - RHYS EVANS
Bradford Bulls are pleased to announce the signing of former Super League utility-back, Rhys Evans until the end of 2019.
The six-foot back came through the ranks at Warrington Wolves Academy, where he learnt his trade to become a top-flight player.
Making his debut for the Cheshire based side in 2010, the Welsh-International went on loan across the Championship as a youngster, gaining valuable experience, before picking up over 100 appearances for the Wolves.
John Kear spoke is his delight, capturing the former Super League star: “I’m really pleased that we have brought Rhys on board, he is someone that I myself have admired as a player for many years.
“With his introduction, there’s going to be even further competition for places in an extremely impressive three-quarter line.
“He brings a lot of experience to the side and we know from his career history that he is going to be a menace in the Championship.
“Rhys is just another important piece to the growing jigsaw puzzle here at Bradford, and we can’t wait to see what he can offer the club.”