Bradford Bulls sign World Cup forward in fresh overseas addition

Bradford Bulls have completed another overseas signing after securing forward Logan Bayliss-Brow. The 24-year-old has joined the club on a two-and-a-half-year deal.

He arrives from Queensland Cup side Redcliffe Dolphins and comes with international experience, having played for Scotland in the Rugby League World Cup. A prop, he has made 57 appearances in the Queensland Cup, scoring four tries.

He follows the likes of Mitch Souttar, Tyran Ott, Zac Fulton and Max Lehmann in making the move over from Australia in recent months.

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“I am very pleased," he said. "I am excited to get over it’s a good opportunity for me that I’m still letting sink in a bit!” said Bayliss-Brow, who is available for sponsorship.

“It’s something fresh, something new, it’s a step into the unknown so that’s exciting as a new experience for me. This is something I’ve always wanted to do so when the opportunity came up I wanted to take it.”

“Joining the likes of Mitch, Tyran and Max, it’s always good to have people from similar backgrounds to myself to help me adjust.

“I will do my best for the fans, I will come over and put my best foot forward. They are a big reason of why I am coming over, to do my best for club’s loyal supporters.”