By their own admission, the Canterbury Bulldogs have struggled for consistency this season, one of a topsy-turvy nature. Despite that, though, players are committing to the club and the latest to do so is Adam Elliott.
Ignoring the overtures of rival clubs such as the Parramatta Eels and the Cronulla Sharks – if the news reports are to be believed – Elliott has put pen to paper on a new 3-year deal with the club.
A proud Country boy, the Bulldogs are a second home to the in-form back-rower who has been with the club since he was a teenager.
“I have been with the club since I was a teenager,” said Elliott.
“Canterbury has been a second home for me ever since I moved from the country.
To sign for another three years and have my future at the Bulldogs is something I am very proud of.”
Now holding down a regular starting spot, the club clearly rate Elliott as a player and they are excited to have retained him.
“We are very pleased to have secured the services of Adam for the next 3 years,” said club CEO, Raelene Castle.
“Adam has made tremendous strides this year and has secured a regular starting spot after developing through our 20s programme.
We expect to see him continue to grow his footballing ability over the term of the contract.”