Former Panthers & Kiwi front-rower signs with Bradford

Mitch Clark

A talented forward in his own right, a major opportunity has emerged for Mitch Clark, as he signs a 2-year deal with powerhouse Bradford Bulls.

Playing for Doncaster in 2015, Clark played in 23 games for the club and is excited about the move to the Bulls.

“It feels surreal and I am overjoyed to be joining the Bulls,” said Clark.

“Bradford is a massive club with a great history.

“The opportunity to join the Bulls and follow in my dad’s footsteps made signing an easy decision.”

A junior Kiwi in the past, Clark was born in England and is following in the steps of his father Trevor Clark, who played for Bradford Northern in the past.

Before his stints in England, Clark was a part of the successful Penrith Panthers Holden Cup side and he is excited with the new challenge and eager to get a spot in the 17.

“I have seen pictures from when my dad was playing for Bradford and I cannot wait to get stuck into pre-season training and to meet all the lads,” said Clark.

“My goal is to earn a spot in the 17 each week and play consistent footy, then to go from there.

“I will bring aggression, will be a handful for the opposition and will do it with a positive attitude.”

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