MOORE MAKES MOVE TO THE WILDCATS PERMANENT

posted on 9 November 2015

Scott Moore will be linking back up with the rest of the Wildcats squad in pre season after signing a two-year deal at the club.

Moore played a significant role in the Million Pound Game against Bradford Bulls after the hooker scored the final try of the game to secure Super League status in 2016.

The 27-year old joined the club back in July on loan until the end of the season from Super League side Castleford Tigers in a move which saw Paul McShane go the other way. He has since made his move permanent by signing a two-year deal at the Wildcats.

Moore has got an extensive amount of Super League experience after previously playing for Huddersfield Giants, St Helens and Widnes Vikings as well as having a stint in Australia playing for North Queensland Cowboys.

Speaking about the deal, Moore said, “I am looking forward to getting back with the rest of the squad and start pre season training.

“I really enjoyed my time here whilst on loan last season, so I cannot wait what the next two years ahead. I’m excited for the challenge and what is in store here at Wakefield this season.”

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