THE Bulls today announced the signing of Jamel Goodall on a one-year contract.

Utility forward Goodall, who has previously had spells at Keighley and Castleford, has been recruited ahead of the 2018 season.

The powerful 20-year-old caught the attention of numerous clubs while playing for Halifax Elite Rugby Academy in college until finally receiving an offer from the Cougars, before then being snapped up by the Tigers.

Goodall has gone on to represent Jamaica in numerous international games, most recently against France alongside Ross Peltier and former Bulls player Omari Caro.

Bradford co-owner Andrew Chalmers said: "He is a powerful, fast young man and we feel that we can offer him a great opportunity to prove himself in our training programme.

"Jamel is a very keen young man and has brilliant characteristics in his play. This is a great opportunity for him to show everyone what he is made of.

"The young man is having a great pre-season with us thus far and anything that we can do to aid his player development is a top priority.

"He is an exciting young talent and we are delighted to have him in our ranks."