SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 17: James Fisher-Harris of the Panthers is tackled by Paul Momirovski (L) and Chris Smith (R) of the Roosters during the NRL trial match between the Penrith Panthers and the Sydney Roosters at Penrith Stadium on February 17, 2018 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Evans/Getty Images)

The Wests Tigers have announced the signature of Paul Momirovski, on a two-year deal from the Sydney Roosters.

Momirovski will join the club in time for the 2019 season, meaning his deal will run through until the end of the 2020 campaign.

The 22-year-old has played one first grade game for the Roosters, and scored a try in his only appearance back in Sydney’s 20-12 win over the Titans in Round 18.

Tigers coach Ivan Cleary spoke to the club’s website about Momirovski, and said he was pleased to add the young centre to the club’s list.

“Paul is an exciting young player with a bright future ahead of him,” Cleary told weststigers.com.au.

“We look forward to seeing him take his own game to the next level in the coming two seasons and help grow the strong future we have here at Wests Tigers.”

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    • As most of the so called ‘Roosters developement players’ come from other areas & other clubs, they’re not really stealing them are they? So they can’t be thieves .

      • BOTH Momirovski and Butcher are South Sydney juniors as the old chook is well aware. He likes to claim Angus Crichton who learned his football at the Rabbitohs as a Roosters junior but he turned up at Allianz stadium by accident once thinking he was training for Scots college and it took him 4 games to realise his mistake!

  1. Just as a heads up, that picture is of Nat Butcher, not Momirovski. You gave me a scare there for a second

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