Former England international Peter Fox will remain a Newcastle Thunder player for 2017, after agreeing a new deal at Kingston Park Stadium.
Joining Newcastle in 2016 from Doncaster, Fox brings a vast wealth of experienced, having earned six caps and shone at international, Super League and Championship level in his professional career.
Fox scored 17 tries for the Thunder this year. Beginning his career with his home town club while part of the Leeds Rhinos academy, the York-born flyer used two years with the City Knights to establish himself and attracting the interest of Super League sides.
Signing with Wakefield Trinity Wildcats for 2007 before moving to Hull KR for the 2008, it was during his four years at Craven Park that he earned his England caps.