Hunslet forward Josh Tonks has confirmed he will honour the second year of his contract at the club.
The 28-year-old signed the deal at the start of the 2018 season, and has been a key player for the South Leeds side.
Tonks told the club website: “I am keen to help complete last year’s unfinished business, when we missed out in the play-offs.
“We have a great set of lads at the South Leeds Stadium, while coach Gary Thornton is fantastic to play for.
“Hunslet’s a tremendous club, it’s a great environment all round and I’m very happy to be here.”
Head Coach Gary Thornton added: “I’m delighted. Josh is a very valuable player to have around, on and off the field.
“He rarely has a poor game and you’re guaranteed 100 per cent effort from him.
“He’s a very popular player, both within the squad and with our supporters, and he’s highly regarded by opposing clubs, which says a lot.
“Josh is a key retention in every way. He wants the ball in his hands all the time and if that doesn’t happen he soon lets me – and his half backs! – know about it.
“He’s a big left-side threat for us, very much our `go-to’ man, and he runs superb lines, which is why he gets over the try-line so regularly.”
During Round One of the Betfred Super League, a shocking incident occurred at the...
During Round One of the Betfred Super League, Castleford Tigers‘ player Liam Watts was...
Leeds Rhinos‘ new signing Paul Momirovski and opponent Ryan Brierley were both sent to...