NEWCASTLE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 12: Renouf Toomaga of the Canterbury Bulldogs during the round 17 NRL match between the Newcastle Knights and the Canterbury Bulldogs at McDonald Jones Stadium on July 12, 2019 in Newcastle, Australia. (Photo by Tony Feder/Getty Images)

The Bulldogs have re-signed second-rower Renouf To’omaga until the end of the 2021 season.

The New Zealand product made his debut his debut in 2018 but cemented his place in Canterbury’s first-grade side last season.

Chief Executive Andrew Hill was pleased to see the 24-year old recommit to the club.

“The club has committed to creating depth in our playing group and having someone like Renouf commit to the future with us is a major plus for the club,” he told bulldogs.com.au.

“He is a tough, uncompromising forward who really found his feet at NRL level in the second half of last year and we are confident that he can continue to make further strides next season.

“With Joe Stimson, Sione Katoa and Dean Britt all arriving ready to go for 2020, we are building the type of depth in our forward pack that is crucial in the modern game.

“We look forward to seeing the impact Renouf can have next season.”

3 COMMENTS

  1. Bulldogs are doing what eels used to do know. They sign a lot of mediocre players without having a standout marque player.

  2. EelsFTW – True mate. That’s what we got forced to do as a result of stuffing up the salary cap. Why we bought Sharon Woods in at the time I’ll never understand. Hopefully the Dogs are on the turn. I’ve been a beaten man over the past 4 seasons!

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