Bill Tupou signs a new three-year deal at Trinity which will see him in the red, white and blue until 2020.
The 27-year old who has featured as both a winger and centre joined the club back in July 2015 from NRL side Canberra Raiders in a deal that would see him at Trinity until the end of the season.
After a few impressive performances, Tupou then signed a two-year contract extension and has since become a key player in Chris Chester’s side making 45 appearances and scored 15 tries.
Speaking of the deal, Tupou commented, “I am very happy to have signed a new deal, myself and my partner are very happy here in Wakefield. I am excited to stay here at the club, it has been a great two years, the boys and coaching staff are always in high spirits and are there for me so I am looking forward to the next three years.”
Chris Chester said, “I am pleased that we have been able to secure the services of Bill Tupou for a further three years. He has had an outstanding season adding some great depth to the squad. I look forward to see him grow as a player and working alongside him in the future.
To watch Bill Tupou’s interview in full, head over to Trinity TV.
This was first published on the Wakefield Trinity website
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