Mason Caton-Brown leaves Wakefield

Mason Caton-Brown has left Wakefield to pursue other business interests.

The 26-year-old returned to Trinity back in April after enjoying a short spell with Toronto towards the back end of last season.

Caton-Brown, who represented Jamaica in Rugby Union 7s, scored six tries in 10 games for Chris Chester’s Trinity side this year.

The winger has also played for London Broncos, Hemel, Salford and Dewsbury. He has scored 84 tries in 116 career appearances.

Caton-Brown will take some time out from the game and is not expected to be joining another club anytime soon.

In a statement released by Wakefield, it said: “Trinity can confirm that Mason Caton-Brown has left the club to pursue other business interests.

“The club would like to thank Mason for his efforts in the red, white and blue and wish him all the best for the future.”

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