Wakefield Wildcats are delighted to announce that Jeremy Smith has finally seen the back of his UK visa problems.
The kiwi half-back has had his visa approved and his registration has been accepted by the RFL, meaning that he is now available for selection for this Sunday’s home clash against Salford.
Jeremy, who is 29, was born in Huntly, New Zealand and can play at both scrum half and stand off half. He has played three times for his country and represented Aotearoa Maori in the 2000 World Cup that was played in Europe. His skill and international experience will be very useful on the field and we look forward to seeing him in the red, white and blue shirt.
John Kear will anounce his 19 man squad to face Salford tomorrow, see it here first!
Make sure you are at The Rapid Solicitors Stadium this Sunday for our first home game of the season, which promises to be our biggest and best yet, and with tickets at just £10 for adults and £6 for concessions you can can be a part of the action for half the price! Call 0844 4140665 to purchase your tickets now.
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