Cameron Smith commits long-term future to Leeds

Leeds forward Cameron Smith has signed a new three-year contract with the club.

The 21-year-old loose forward made his first-team debut for the Rhinos back in 2016 and has since played 47 games.

Rhinos director of rugby, Kevin Sinfield, said: “We are delighted to have agreed a new long term contract with Cameron.

“I think it is great news for us and also Super League to be keeping one of our best young players in our competition.

“Cameron worked incredibly hard during pre-season and he is really thriving under Richard Agar’s leadership.

“He has been one of number of outstanding young players in our side at the start of the season and he thoroughly deserves this new deal.”

Smith added: “It is great to have my new contract sorted. Leeds has been my only club and as a group we want to try and achieve something special here.

“I am over the moon and want to commit everything I have got to the club for the next three years and hopefully beyond.

“There is a real good feeling when we are playing and the opportunity to keep doing that in the years ahead is something that I am looking forward to.”

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