Ormsby and England fitting in as Wolves

Warrington youngsters Gene Ormsby and Anthony England believe that they are in the right place to develop as players.

The two players signed new deals this week, which will keep them at the Wolves until November 2016.

Ormsby, a winger who has scored 11 tries in 15 appearances so far this year, made his debut in February this season.

“I’ve been working hard this year and it’s paying off,” said the 21-year-old.

“I’m now looking forward to establishing myself as a player in Super League. We’ve got a lot of young players coming through which is healthy competition and it’s good to see us all working hard and getting our rewards with regular slots in the first team and establishing ourselves as we all came through together.”

England is a 27-year-old prop who made the step up from the Championship outfit Featherstone Rovers last season. He has adjusted well to full-time rugby and is now looking to develop further as a player.

“I’ve just moved to Warrington so it’s all falling into place for me,” he said.

“I couldn’t be at a better club. I’m just about settling in now, finding my feet and looking to keep improving.

“I’m now looking to keep pushing myself and the boys and hopefully get some success with silverware. There are some good young lads coming through with a lot of talent, there’s a really good system  here at Warrington.”

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