Bradford Bulls have completed the signing of St Helen's winger Jamie Foster. Foster, who is 22, has signed a one year contract with the Bulls after obtaining his release from St Helen's by mutual consent.
Whist at St Helen's Foster, who made his debut in 2010, made 50 appearances, scoring 32 tries and kicking 224 goals but spent the latter part of last season at Hull FC. Jamie Foster said of his move:
"I am really looking forward to joining the Bulls and working with Francis Cummins. I know I’m a good player and I know I can score tries and kick goals and I'm looking forward to getting my head down and producing the form that I know I’m capable of.
Bulls Coach Francis Cummins is delighted to have got his man:
"Jamie has got some great experience already for such a young man but he’s also got to prove a few points here. I think he did that at Hull and he needs to kick on again now.
It will be hard for him as well, initially, to leave Saints after such a long time but he’s got to take the next step in his career, as a lot of our players have had to do.”