Bradford Bulls have signed New Zealand-born three-quarter Chris Ulugia, who arrives as the ninth new addition to James Lowes' squad for 2015.
The 22-year-old, who can operate at centre, full-back and on the wing, has tonight put pen to paper on a two-year deal with the club.
Ulugia joins forwards Dave Petersen and Karl Davies in arriving from Queensland Intrust Super Cup side Mackay Cutters.
And the former Parramatta Eels junior says he cannot wait to get started, insisting he wants to make a big impact in the red, amber and black of Bradford.
Head coach James Lowes insists Ulugia’s capture represents a shrewd piece of business by the club, the Australian-based player becoming the 24th member of the Bradford boss’ new-look squad.
Power and pace are just two of the attributes which the Cutters star will bring to the Provident Stadium next term, according to Lowes.
Ulugia is due to arrive in the UK early next month, prior to the start of pre-season training.