Talented youngsters re-sign with Warrington

Rhys Williams

Re-signing young talent is always a big boost for any rugby league club, and the Warrington Wolves has ensured they do just that – with Rhys Williams re-signing for 2 years, and both Gene Ormsby and Gavin Bennion re-signing for 3 years at the club.

Williams, who is originally from Wales and has represented his country, came through the youth system at the Wolves, and is thrilled with the opportunity to re-sign for the club.

I'm thrilled to have signed again. I've been at the club for a fair few years now so am happy to extend my stay,” Williams said.

“I'm just looking to play as much as I can and get as many games under my belt as possible. Competition is strong for every position at Warrington which certainly makes everyone train hard, and is probably why the clu

b has been so strong; everyone's fighting for places one to 13.

“It's also great to see a few more young players sign-up again. I think they'll start to come through and we'll see a lot more debuts next year, which can only be good for the club.”

With his international career flourishing at a young age, Williams is also keen to continue playing for his country when possible.

“The World Cup is coming round much more quickly than I thought, with less than a year to go it's going to be a big event. Playing for Wales is important to me and I can't wait but obviously the season comes first and is important first and foremost.”

Ormsby and Bennion, 20 and 18 respectively, have both been signed to the first-grade squad, playing for an U20's that won the Valvoline Cup Grand Final against Leeds.

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