Wakefield Trinity can confirm that Jordan Crowther has been released from his contract and has agreed to join Warrington Wolves for the remainder of the 2023 season.
From the rocky terraces of Belle Vue to stepping out on that pitch in Red, White & Blue, Jordy Crowther has been Wakefield Trinity through and through.
Starting his community career at Westgate Wolves before joining Crigglestone All Blacks, Crowther made a real impact in the junior grades, being spotted and signed to the club’s scholarship system, rising through the ranks, eventually being offered a spot in the first team.
The moment he had been dreaming of as a young player had finally arrived, steeped in tradition and ready to write his name into the Trinity history books, becoming the second youngest player to ever play for the club when he made his debut against Wigan in 2014.
Following a few loan spells in the years that followed, Crowther sharpened his skill set, becoming a regular in 2020, celebrating with a fresh new two-year deal in 2021.
However, with his deal up at the end of the season, the club has agreed to release the 26-year-old from his contract as he heads to the Halliwell Jones for the remainder of 2023.
Wakefield Trinity Head Coach, Mark Applegarth, commented on Jordy’s departure, thanking him for his service to the club. “I wish Jordan all the best moving forward with his career.
“Whilst disappointed, I understand his decision and he leaves with the club’s best wishes. He is somebody I have known a long time and it has been pleasing to see him develop into the person he is today.”
Everyone at Wakefield Trinity would like to thank Jordy for his services in Red, White & Blue, wishing him all the best for the future.