Broncos: Manly back-rower Harrison signs for 2015

League Express
By League Express July 23, 2014 15:28

Broncos: Manly back-rower Harrison signs for 2015

London Broncos have secured the services of Manly Sea Eagles backrower Daniel Harrison to boost their bid for promotion back into Super League next season.

A Manly junior who played in the Under-20s with the Bulldogs, Harrison made his NRL debut for the Sea Eagles in 2011. He joined Parramatta in 2013 after 19 games for Manly, but rejoined the Sea Eagles this year after seven NRL matches for the Eels.

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The 26-year old has mainly featured in Manly’s NSW Cup side this season and also represented the NSW Residents against Queensland.

Harrison will join fellow new signings and former Manly players Liam Foran and Ray Nasso at the Hive in 2015. London utility Ben Farrar has also spent time at the Sea Eagles in the past.

The Broncos have also signed former London player Oscar Thomas for the 2015 season. Thomas played in the Championship with London Skolars last year.

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“It’s great to be back and I’d like to thank Joey for the opportunity,” Thomas said.

“I’ll continue to train hard with the squad and hopefully we’ll see the results soon.”

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