Good form pays dividends and Matt Doorey has not only been promoted to the Canterbury Bulldogs top 30 but he has also re-signed.
Doorey, already contracted for 2021, has signed a one-year extension for the 2022 season.
The exciting Bulldogs forward came through the club ranks and ended up playing five games in 2020 and scoring two tries.
Pleased with the way that Doorey has progressed, Bulldogs Chairman John Khoury knows the future is bright.
“Having seen Matt’s progression over the past three seasons and knowing what a quality player he is, we are extremely pleased that he has chosen to stay with the Bulldogs,” Khoury said.
“Matt has come through our Jersey Flegg and NSW Cup teams and has stepped up a level each time.”
“He was able to do that again last year with an outstanding NRL debut and we have high hopes for him moving forward.”
With new coach Trent Barrett at the helm, the club will hope that he can add to his impressive repertoire in 2021.
“He is an impressive young man who is eager to learn and we believe that he will continue to develop under the guidance of Trent Barrett,” Khoury continued.
“Matt will now step up into our Top 30 squad and we look forward to seeing his talents throughout the coming season and beyond.”