He will be available for coach Clive Griffiths immediately, and is expected to feature in the Crusaders’ Championship 1 match against Doncaster.
Gorski said: “I'm really looking forward to making my Crusaders debut. I'm looking forward to getting back on the field now as I've not played for a few weeks.
“I was injured during pre-season so I missed nearly all of that. Swinton then brought in dual registered players in the pack and there were limited options for me to play then, so I was looking to play somewhere else.
The bonus point system, that has been in place in the Championships for the past eight seasons, is on the agenda for possible inclusion in Super League next year.
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