Newly promoted Super League side, Leigh, have signed Glenn Stewart for the next two-years.

The 32-year-old spent 2016 playing for Catalans, scoring three tries in 29 appearances before being released one year into a three-year contract for family reasons.

“This is a massive signing for our Club and one for which I owe a lot to Travis Burns, who played a pivotal role in selling the club to Glenn,” Centurions Owner Derek Beaumont said.

“In order to be a top Super League side we have to be able to attract the top players and this is evidence of not only our intent but our ability to do that."

Stewart left the NRL last year after 185 games for Manly and 18 with South Sydney.

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