during the round one NRL match between the Cronulla Sharks and the Canberra Raiders at Remondis Stadium on March 8, 2015 in Sydney, Australia.

Wakefield Trinity Wildcats have secured the signing of Anthony Tupou on a two-year deal.

The Australian international has signed a two-year deal at the club which will see him make the move from NRL side Cronulla Sharks to the Super League.

Tupou has spoken about his move saying. “The decision to leave home wasn’t easy for me, but the opportunity to be a part of a club that is changing and building is really exciting to me.

“Playing in Super League is something I always knew I would do one day if I had the chance. The style of league here is refreshing and the unpredictability is what I love the most about it.

“I have made my choice to bring my family to commit and give it my all to Wakefield and the red, white and blue jersey. We have a big challenge ahead and it really would be good for us if more of the fans became members and show we’re all in this change together. I honestly cannot wait.”

Read more at WakefieldWildcats.co.uk

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  1. Maybe a bit injury prone, but gives 100% every game he plays and never complains about his job. Pretty sad to see him go, thought he was pretty dangerous this season off the bench.

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