Ex-St Helens winger Jamie Foster fires shots at Warrington Wolves

Former St Helens winger Jamie Foster was once one of the most exciting stars to come through the Super League ranks.

After bursting onto the scene with Saints to debut in 2010, Foster made 54 appearances, scoring 34 tries and kicking over 250 goals in a three-year cameo.

In that period, Foster lost two Grand Finals – in 2010 and 2011 with heartbreak against the Wigan Warriors and Leeds Rhinos respectively – and the winger went on-loan to Hull FC at the end of 2012.

A permanent move to Bradford Bulls came about in 2013, with 35 appearances, 15 tries and 119 goals.

Foster then spent time with Huddersfield Giants, Featherstone Rovers and Workington Town before seemingly dropping off the radar at the end of 2018.

But, he has since been a vocal supporter of St Helens on social media and he fired shots at Warrington Wolves ahead of tonight’s fixture at the Totally Wicked Stadium.

Foster said: “Just remember lads……its only Warrington.”

Saints are currently unbeaten in Super League, taking on the Wolves at the Totally Wicked Stadium tonight.

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