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Huddersfield Giants forward Joe Greenwood secures future until 2025

After a superb 2022 campaign, Huddersfield have plenty to look forward to moving forward.

They have one of the best coaches around in Ian Watson who guided the Giants to third in the table this year and a Challenge Cup Final and things are only going to get better.

Huddersfield have signed the likes of Kevin Naiqama and Esan Marsters for 2023 as they strengthen from a position of strength and they have been able to announce some more exciting news for their squad in 2023.

They have signed Joe Greenwood down to a new deal which will see the forward stay at the club until 2025.

Greenwood made his name at St Helens before making the switch to the NRL with Gold Coast Titans after which he joined Wigan where he won the Super League Grand Final in 2018.

After a loan spell at Leeds where he didn’t play a game due to the pandemic, Greenwood returned to Wigan where he featured in the 2020 Grand Final before joining Huddersfield.

Now the 29-year-old will spend the next few years at the club after signing a long term deal.

On this coach Watson said on the Giants Website: “Joe has been a tremendous signing for Huddersfield, and has formed part of a core that has led the team and it’s culture in 2022, so we’re delighted to extend his stay with the club. He’s versatile and can play back or front-row, and is a proven winner adding to the experience within the squad. His attitude on both sides of the ball is a pivotal asset for the team’s play. He’s made great strides in 2022 and is one of our key performers.”

Joe Greenwood said: “I’m over the moon with it to be honest with the season we had last year you can see where the Giants are heading under the coaching staff and Watto, but I am really enjoying it, we’re getting a load of recruits in with a vast amount of experience so it’s really good to be a part of it and to be a part of the Giants for the next 3 years!”

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