Former Bulls player Karl Pryce has signed a contract extension with Dewsbury Rams, tying him to the club for the 2015 season.
The centre or full back has cut an imposing presence in attack and defence this season, starting the campaign in the centres before making an extremely successful switch to full back during the latter stages.
Pryce joined the club at the start of the 2013 season, following spells at the top level with Wigan, Harlequins and the Bulls, and has also played union for Gloucester.
He made his 50th competitive appearance for the club in the victory over Keighley Cougars and has scored 20 tries so far in the red, amber and black.
Another former Bull, Kieran Hyde, has also extended his stay with the Rams. He has put pen to paper on a one-year deal, joining Jobe Murphy, Joel Farrell and Pryce in staying at the Tetley’s Stadium.
Hyde’s off-the-cuff style, support play and ability to create opportunities out of nothing has earned him plenty of plaudits during his time with the club.
He has scored 132 points in 46 appearances for the Rams.