David Foggin-Johnston extends Bradford stay

Bradford have given a new deal to winger David Foggin-Johnston for the 2020 season.

The 23-year-old arrived at the Bulls ahead of the 2019 season after impressing for Hunslet in League 1.

Bradford have activated a clause in Foggin-Johnston’s contract to prolong the speedster’s stay in the red, amber and black.

Foggin-Johnston scored five tries in 15 appearances for John Kear’s side last season.

A former Warrington junior, Foggin-Johnston is known for his speed on the wing and his strong carries out of yardage.

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