24th October 2018, 10:00 | wakefield_trinity
Ben Reynolds has signed a two-year deal which will see him move from Championship side Leigh Centurions to Wakefield Trinity.
The 24-year old who is from Pontefract made his professional debut for Castleford Tigers in 2013 before spending the majority of the 2014 season on duel registration at York City Knights. He signed for Leigh Centurions in 2015 making 65 appearances for the Championship side.
Reynolds who will link up with the rest of the squad in pre season said, “I am over the moon to be able to sign for a big Club that is so close to home and also doing very well right now. It is a massive challenge ahead for me, firstly trying to work my way in to the team and then trying to help the team onto even bigger things in the future.”
Head Coach Chris Chester commented, “It is great to get this deal over the line, Ben is a fantastic young player who will bring a lot of energy to the squad alongside adding some depth and a bit of healthy competition to the halves.”