Bulls Sign Centre Evans

Carnegie World Club Champions, Bradford Bulls, have today announced the signing of three-quarter, James Evans on a two year contract.
Evans, 27, has spent the last three years with Huddersfield Giants but was on loan at Wakefield at the end of last season, scoring two tries in their final game against Castleford, which confirmed their Super League status.
Bulls Coach Steve McNamara said today: "He's a good all-round player. Wakefield wanted to keep him and I know Wigan were after him last season but I'm delighted he has agreed to join us here and in many ways he could be a surprise package. James Evans is the sort of signing that every club needs and he offers fantastic value to us. He was playing for Canberra Raiders when he was 21 and he's only 27 now. We think he deserves and opportunity at this level and he has a desire to do really well in the game.”
James Evans is delighted to be coming to the Grattan Stadium: "I was really pleased to be offered the opportunity to come to Bradford. They are one of the biggest clubs in the world of Rugby League and I'm really looking forward to working with Steve McNamara. I'm sure my game will improve considerably at the Bulls and I can’t wait to get started."

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