Warrington Wolves have completed the signing of winger Mitch Brown from relegated Leigh Centurions on a 12-month deal.
Brown- who has previously played under new Wire coach Steve Price during their time at Cronulla Sharks- scored eight tries in 26 appearances for Leigh, after joining them during the 2016 campaign.
The 30-year old will bring a wealth of experience to the Halliwell Jones Stadium, having played in the NRL for Canterbury Bulldogs and Wests Tigers, as well as the Sharks.
“Warrington’s a power club in the Super League and they have a great team for next year,” said new recruit Brown.
“They had a good base to start with, have recruited strong and with Steve coming over, it’s a good opportunity.”
Brown will add competition for places in the wing position alongside Scottish international Matty Russell and Tom Lineham, after the departures of fellow outside backs Rhys Evans, Ben Pomeroy and New-Zealand star Peta Hiku.
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