Wakefield Trinity Bolster Super League Ambitions with Cam Scott Signing

Wakefield Trinity Bolster Super League Ambitions with Cam Scott Signing

Wakefield, [Current Date] – In a bid to strengthen their squad for their anticipated return to the Super League next year, Wakefield Trinity have announced the signing of Cam Scott from Hull FC on a two-year deal with an option for a third year.

The club has seen significant developments under new owner Matt Ellis, with their recruitment efforts proving particularly impressive. The arrival of Tom Johnstone and Mike McMeeken from the Catalans Dragons on four-year deals has further solidified Wakefield’s ambitions.

Cam Scott, a 24-year-old former Bradford Bulls youngster, has made 11 appearances for Hull FC this season, showcasing his versatility in both the centre and back-row positions. Discussing his move, Scott expressed his excitement at the opportunity, noting Wakefield’s positive direction both on and off the field.

“We are delighted to add Cam to our squad for next year. Young English outside backs of this quality are tough to find, and Cam is a quality player already who we feel will thrive within our environment.”

– Wakefield Trinity head coach Daryl Powell

Recruitment Manager Ste Mills shared his enthusiasm, saying:

“We are made up to secure Cameron’s services for the 2025 season and beyond. He is a young English player who is driven to become the best player he can possibly be, and I am certain he will be a huge success at Wakefield Trinity.”

Wakefield Trinity, currently undefeated in the Championship, are expected to secure promotion to the Super League via the IMG grading system, ending their stint outside the top flight after just one year. By building a squad capable of competing at the top level, the club is following in the footsteps of Leigh Leopards, who made a similar push when they were in the second tier.

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