Bradford utility signs new deal

Danny Addy

The Bradford Bulls have continued their impressive retention drive, re-signing young utility Danny Addy until the end of the 2015 season.

Addy, 22, can play both back-row and at halfback and has been a part of the Bulls system since 2007, with coach Francis Cummins excited to have retained the talented youngster.

“Danny’s been really good for us this year and I’m really glad he’s signed,” said Cummins.

He’s a home-grown player and that’s really important to me. The club has had a great record over the last few years of bringing players through and Danny’s one of those.

Danny’s definitely got his best years ahead of him. He’s gone toe-to-toe with some great halfbacks this year and he’s got to learn from that, but he’s only going to get better so it is really pleasing.”

For Addy, he is just as excited to be staying with the club and free online casino slot games looks forward to the next two seasons at Bradford.

“I’m really happy to sign a new deal because I really enjoy it at this club and I’m now really excited to play with another two years under my belt,” said Addy.

It was always my first choice to stay here. I’ve been at this club for a long time all the way from the academy to the first team and I’ve always wanted to be here.”

Also praising Addy was Bulls Deputy Director Robbie Paul, who has been impressed with Addy’s work-rate and ability in 2013.

“Danny has been first class for the club this season,” said Paul.

“He has had a major influence in many games and he will continue to improve over the next two years. He is a Bulls junior who is fully committed to the club and really glad he has signed this new deal.”

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