Bradford Bulls have brought in a Super League enforcer on loan.
This came as the Bulls announced their 21-man squad as they look to get back on track following three defeats in a row including a huge 46-12 defeat to Barrow Raiders last week which saw Mark Dunning leave the club.
The Bulls also welcome back four players from injury.
They made the following statement:
“Our 21-Man Squad has been submitted, with four players in contention to return to action following injury.
“Keven Appo, Ben Blackmore, Brad England and David Foggin-Johnston have all been named in the 21-Man Squad, alongside Nathan Mason who has joined the club on an initial two-week loan deal.”
Mason spent some time on loan at Wakefield Trinity earlier this season.
Teammates Sam Hewitt and Innes Senior have also made loan moves to Belle Vue this season.
There has been a link between the Giants and the Bulls lately with Michael Lawrence and Chester Butler joining the Bulls and recently hooker George Roby playing on loan at the club before moving to Swinton Lions.
There have been complaints that the Bulls have made too many loan signings which some suggested why Dunning’s project unravelled.
They are also set to sign former Leeds Rhinos star James Segeyaro.