Halifax have this evening confirmed the return of Quentin Laulu-Togagae to the club for a second spell on a one-year-deal.
The 33-year-old initially moved to the club from Toronto Wolfpack in May this year but only stayed with the club for a matter of weeks before fellow Yorkshire club Castleford sealed his services to the end of the season as they sought a ball playing full back which, until that time, had proved a tricky position following Zak Hardaker’s departure. Despite scoring six tries in nine games for the Tigers, the Samoan star was usurped in Daryl Powell’s Cas team by Peter Mata’utia and was allowed to leave the club at the end of the season.
Now, the former Sheffield Eagles back has penned a deal with Richard Marshall’s Halifax and the head coach will no doubt be delighted that the impressive full-back has returned to the club he briefly served earlier this year.
Halifax also confirmed the signing of former Swinton Lions pivot Ben White following his return from Australian rugby league.