The Bulldogs person continued their awesome build-up for 2022 by signing 1 of the astir promising forwards successful the Queensland Cup.
Canterbury has beaten fractional a twelve clubs to motion Josh Stuckey, a lanky 108kg borderline back-rower from the Northern Pride.
Stuckey is presently sidelined owed to COVID restrictions, which person seen the Queensland Cup placed connected hold.
But aft Wide World of Sports revealed helium was looking for an NRL nine past week and viewing video of the 23-year-old, the Bulldogs swooped.
Stuckey has been averaging adjacent to 200 moving metres per crippled successful the Queensland Cup and precocious scored a hat-trick of tries against Wynnum.
The gangly back-rower should adhd sizeable onslaught powerfulness to the Bulldogs battalion successful 2022 and beyond aft signing a two-year deal.
He joins Josh Addo-Carr (Melbourne Storm), Matt Burton (Penrith Panthers), Matthew Dufty (St George Illawarra), Brent Naden (Penrith Panthers), Tevita Pangai Junior (Brisbane Broncos) and Paul Vaughan (St George Illawarra) arsenic caller faces astatine the nine that is desperately trying to springiness itself a makeover aft respective years of disappointment.
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