Jeremy Marshall-King extends stay at Canterbury Bulldogs

Jeremy Marshall-King has signed a two-year contract extension with Canterbury Bulldogs.

The 23-year-old has played 46 NRL games for Wests Tigers and the Bulldogs, and he will now remain a Canterbury player until the end of 2021.

Bulldogs coach Dean Pay said: “Jeremy is the sort of player that every club needs.

“He has really embraced the hooker’s role and he has those qualities of toughness and determination that have really added to the side over the past two seasons.

“We believe that he has a great future in the game and that is based on the fact that he is continually looking to learn and improve all the time.

“As we continue to strengthen our squad, Jeremy’s decision to extend his time with the Bulldogs is a major bonus for the club moving forward.”

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