Scrum half Marc Sneyd will remain at Hull FC until the end of 2019 after the club took up the option of a two-year extension to his current deal.
Sneyd, who joined the Airlie Birds in 2015, has been an integral part of Lee Radford’s side and was man of the match in Hull’s 2016 Challenge Cup final triumph over Warrington Wolves.
The former Salford Red Devils and Castleford Tigers man also bagged the Hull FC Player of the Year award and won the Super League Top Gun accolade for the kicker with the highest conversion rate.
He surpassed 200 goals in FC colours at the end of 2016 was name Super League Player of the Month for June last season, too.
Bradford have acquired the services of much-travelled hooker Scott Moore for a four-game trial.
Moore, 29, who was released by Wakefield earlier this year, is set to make his debut for the Bulls in Sunday's Kingstone Press League 1 match at Swinton.
A spokesman said: "Bradford Bulls can confirm we have captured the services of hooker Scott Moore on a four-game trial."
Moore, who represented England in 2009, has played nearly 200 matches in a career he began as a 16-year-old at St Helens and includes a stint in the NRL with the North Queensland Cowboys in 2013.
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Rugby player Ryan Hall's services to Leeds Rhinos will be celebrated tonight with a testimonial match in his honour at Headingley Stadium.
The Rhinos host Hull KR, 10 years after Hall made his debut for the club.
He first appeared for the Rhinos in a 42-38 win against Bradford Bulls on Magic Weekend in 2007.
The 29-year-old has scored more than 200 tries during his time at the Super League club and won six Grand Finals, two Challenge Cups and the World Club Challenge.
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