THE Bulls have secured towering forward Anthony England for another two years.

The 34-year-old prop has become the latest to put pen to paper with John Kear’s squad.

England, who joined the Bulls a year ago from Wakefield, said: “Ever since I came to the club the lads and coaching staff have been great.

“I love it here and I would not want to be anywhere else.

“We have made some great new signings bringing some quality and experience into the club with the likes of Danny Brough and Aaron Murphy joining.

“We’ve also been able to retain some real quality we already had in our squad.

“I am delighted to be staying and the focus is now on getting ready for the 2021 season and kicking on from where we left off.”

England made five appearances for the Bulls before the last campaign was shut down and formed an imposing partnership with skipper Steve Crossley.

Kear is thrilled to get the big man tied down as he continues to assemble a squad he believes can challenge for promotion.

Kear said: “Everybody who saw Ingy play early season games saw he is very tough, he is no nonsense and works hard.

“He sets a lead for the younger players around him and we are delighted he is staying for another two years. He benefits everyone around him.

“Steve Crossley is very experienced, Ingy is very experienced and they lead that middle channel with the likes of Doyley (Thomas Doyle), (Ebon) Scurr and (Sam) Hallas etc who are still young players who need that reassurance.”