Keenen Tomlinson to remain with Batley in 2020

Batley have confirmed that winger Keenen Tomlinson will remain with the club in 2020 after signing a one-year contract extension. 

The Jamaica international has been at the Bulldogs for two seasons, having come through the Bradford Academy.

He agreed to leave the Bulls by mutual consent in 2017 before linking up with the Bulldogs.

After joining Matt Diskin’s men for the 2018 campaign, he has impressed in a number of positions, including wing, centre and second row, and has become a vital member of the squad.

Tomlinson helped the club achieve 10th place in the Betfred Championship table with eight wins from their 27 games.

In addition, he was part of the Jamaica side which become the first Caribbean side to qualify for the Rugby League World Cup finals last year.


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