BRADFORD BULLS can confirm the signing of Tongan international Etu Uaisele, who has agreed a two-year deal with the club.
The former NRL star, who enjoyed spells Down Under with Parramatta Eels and Penrith Panthers, is currently plying his trade with Kingstone Press Championship Sheffield Eagles.
An explosive three-quarter, 29-year-old Uaisele – who can operate both at centre and on the wing – scored three tries during the 2008 World Cup.
Bulls head coach James Lowes has expressed his excitement, having secured his fourth new signing for 2015.
“Etu is extremely talented and we are looking forward to having him on board for the next couple of years,” said Lowes.
“We have done our research on him and are pleased with what we have seen.
“It is great to have him on board, as he is very dangerous with the ball. He is fast and has great feet.
“He certainly knows his way to the line and I look forward to seeing him finishing opportunities in a Bradford Bulls shirt next year.”
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