JON Magrin is set to join Sheffield Eagles next season.

While the Championship club have yet to announce the signing, the T&A understands that the prop will not be staying on with the Bulls.

The Maltese and Jamaican international played 25 times for Bradford this year after joining following two years with London Broncos.

It is believed that Bulls offered the 23-year-old a new deal but the forward has opted to join Eagles, whom the Bulls will play in a pre-season friendly early next year.

After originally playing for Malta, the country of his birth, Magrin made his first appearance for Jamaica recently alongside Ross Peltier and Omari Caro in their 34-12 loss in France.

Meanwhile, Bulls chairman Jas Athwal was among four people who were made honorary life members at the All-Party Parliamentary Rugby League Group’s annual dinner on the House of Lords terrace.

The award was due to his pioneering work within the Asian rugby league community.

Also honoured was Lizzie Jones, wife of the former Keighley Cougars and Wales player Danny, in recognition of her tireless campaigning on behalf of the Danny Jones Defibrillator Fund; most-capped Great Britain player Garry Schofield, and long-serving Sky Sports reporter and presenter Angela Powers, who set up Her Rugby League in 2013 to highlight and promote women in the sport.