Batley Bulldogs have received a major boost ahead of their Challenge Cup clash with Catalans after three players signed new deals.
Dave Scott, James Harrison and Adam Gledhill have all agreed terms on new deals that will keep them at the Bulldogs until the end of the 2018 season.
Scotland international Scott only joined the Bulldogs at the beginning of the season, but he has been a revelation at Batley since arriving from Doncaster, scoring six tries in 14 appearances this season.
Harrison, the son of former Bulldogs head coach Karl, has burst on to the scene in recent weeks, scoring a crucial try in their victory over Featherstone in the Challenge Cup and has gone on to make four appearances for the club this season.
Finally, Gledhill extends his stay with the club after signing for Batley ahead of the 2014 season from Gold Coast Titans.
Pleased to have re signed with @BatleyRLFC for a further 2 years ?? great club and even better set of lads ?
— Adam Gledhill (@Adam_Gledhill) May 6, 2016