Max Jowitt extends stay at Wakefield

Drew Darbyshire

Wakefield full-back Max Jowitt has put pen to paper on a new three-year deal.

The Wakefield academy product made his first team debut back in 2014 and he has gone on to play 46 games for the club, scoring nine tries.

Jowitt has now signed a new three-year contract which will see him remain in the tricolours jersey until at least the end of 2021.

And he is over the moon to have penned a contract extension.

Jowitt said: “I am really happy to have signed.

“Three years means that I can cement my place here at the club and hopefully secure that full-back spot over the next couple of years.”

Trinity coach Chris Chester sees a lot of potential in Jowitt.

He said: “Max is a talented young player, he’s still only young and has so much more development and areas to grow as a player.

“He has stepped up over the past couple of months and there is a fantastic opportunity for him to secure his spot in the first team.”