Halifax have signed half-back Liam Harris from Hull on a one-year contract.
The 23-year-old made 11 first team appearances for Hull since making his debut against Hull KR at Magic Weekend in 2018.
Harris said: “I’m excited about meeting up with the boys and getting stuck in to pre-season.
“I’m also looking forward to getting to work with a young exciting coach in Grixy (Simon Grix).
“Every time I’ve seen Fax play they’ve always been a hard working team that are tough to beat. I’m aiming to come in and add some finesse to the attack and to play an attractive but efficient style of rugby.”
Halifax coach Simon Grix said: “Liam is a very confident, exciting young player with bags of potential.
“Unfortunately, due to the obvious, we didn’t get to see him this year but the appeal of him as an individual, his age, high skill level and the fact he has had successful partnership with Connor (Robinson) previously makes him a good fit for us.
“He has aspirations of getting back to Super League, which is great for him and us, as to earn that opportunity he will have to be great for us.”
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