Bradford Bulls have announced the signing of Warrington Forward Ben Evans on a season long loan deal.
Welsh born Evans, 20, joined the Wolves back in 2009 with his twin brother Rhys, making the move up north to pursue their Rugby League careers.
He progressed through the Wolves’ scholarship and academy schemes, making the step up into the first team training squad in 2010. In the same year Ben went onto represent England Academy in their series win over Australian Schoolboys.
This autumn has seen Ben represent Wales as part of this year’s international series alongside England and France.
Bulls Coach Francis Cummins said today:
“Ben will be a good signing for us. He is young and keen to learn and I am really looking forward to having him on board with us for 2013. He certainly has the ability and attitude to go a long way in the game and I’d like to thank Tony Smith and Warrington Wolves for allowing us to take him for the season.”
Ben Evans is looking forward to joining up with the Bulls:
“I am really looking forward to it. It should be a good move for and I will get some game time. I met up with Francis Cummins last week and I was impressed with his ideas for the club. I also spoke to Matty Blythe and he is really pleased for me and we will be travelling over together.”