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Bradford Bulls make statement of intent with international signing

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Bradford Bulls have confirmed a signing showing real purpose as they’ve bought Scotland international and Queensland Cup star Logan Bayliss-Brow on a two-and-a-half-year deal.

It’s another key piece of overseas recruitment for Bradford Bulls who signed Brisbane Tigers speedster Max Lehmann recently meaning they’re now building a strong overseas contingent of young talented players.

Lehmann arrives on a deal until the end of the season but the Bulls have backed their newest recruit even more with Logan Bayliss-Brow handed a contract that ties him to the club until the end of the 2026 season, by which point the Odsal club will be hoping they’ve returned to the promised land of Super League.

An imposing forward, Bayliss-Brow will add size to Bradford’s pack and give them plenty of go-forward as well with the 24-year-old having played on these shores previously when he starred for Scotland at the World Cup in 2022.

He played all four games of that campaign for The Bravehearts and will look to have as influential an impact at Odsal once his signing is approved subject to international clearance.

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Bradford Bulls sign Scotland star

Bradford Bulls signing Logan Bayliss-Brow

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The club announced the signing of Bayliss-Brow via their social media with an accompanying statement on their club website headlined ‘LBB joins BB’.

“Bradford Bulls are delighted to announce the signing of Australian-born forward Logan Bayliss-Brow on a two and a half-year deal – subject to international clearance!

“The towering 24-year-old joins from Queensland Cup outfit Redcliffe Dolphins. The Bulls would like to thank the Bradford Bulls Squad Booster Association for their help in making this happen.

“Bayliss-Brow, who stands tall at 6ft 4in and weighs over 110kg (17st 3lbs), represented Scotland in the 2021 Rugby League World Cup, featuring against the likes of Italy, Fiji and champions Australia.”

The 24-year-old sent a message to the Bradford Bulls supporters as he revealed his intent behind signing and what fans can expect of him.

Bayliss-Brow said: “I am very pleased, I am excited to get over it’s a good opportunity for me that I’m still letting sink in a bit!

“It’s something fresh, something new, it’s a step into the unknown so that’s exciting as a new experience for me. This is something I’ve always wanted to do so when the opportunity came up I wanted to take it.”

He referenced the developing overseas contingent that has been formed at Bradford as one of the key reasons that will help him hit the ground running and set about his work and help guide Bradford up the Championship table.

He noted: “Joining the likes of Mitch, Tyran and Max, it’s always good to have people from similar backgrounds to myself to help me adjust.

“I will do my best for the fans, I will come over and put my best foot forward. They are a big reason of why I am coming over, to do my best for club’s loyal supporters.”

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