Hunslet full-back Jimmy Watson has signed a new one-year deal with the club.
The 30-year-old has made 172 appearances for the Parksiders over the last seven seasons, scoring 65 tries.
Watson said: “We’d done so well before the season was cancelled. We’d been flying in our friendlies, had won our league games and were looking forward to testing ourselves in some tough looking fixtures.
“It was frustrating for that to end because we had a good mix of experience and youth, with some young, fresh talented faces around to keep us older lads on our toes.
“But Gary Thornton’s rebuilding well, and there’s no reason why we shouldn’t be pushing hard for promotion when action resumes.”
Hunslet coach Gary Thornton said: “Jimmy is Hunslet through and through, and an important part of our club, so I’m really happy he’s re-signed.
“He has been a big fan’s favourite since his arrival back in 2013, and his loyalty to the cause cannot be faulted.
“Jimmy is a very popular member of the group, and can now be counted as one of our more experienced players. I’m looking forward to seeing him develop his partnership with Dom Brambani and Simon Brown as an attacking force, as we started to see some promising stuff last season before the campaign was curtailed.
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