Jordan Crowther has put pen to paper on a one-year contract extension at Wakefield Trinity which will see him in the red, white and blue until the end of 2019.
The 21-year old signed his first team contract back in 2014 as a 17-year old after he made the step up from the Club’s Academy system and has since gone on to make 23 appearances for Trinity.
The youngster has also had loan spells Dewsbury Rams, Oxford and York City Knights to gain valuable experience.
He is the club’s youngest ever Super League forward after he debuted as a 17 year old in 2014 and is still the third youngest forward in the club’s history and ninth youngest debutant ever.
Jordan Crowther said, “I am really happy with extending my contract with Wakefield; it is my hometown Club so it always means a lot playing here. I am really looking forward to next year and hopefully kicking on from last season to get more regular game time.”
Head Coach Chris Chester commented, “I am delighted that Jordy has signed a one-year deal at the Club, he’s had to wait patiently for his chance and this season he has had the opportunity to finish off the season really strong. I look forward to seeing him grow and develop as a player.”