Fresh from signing a new deal at Hull Kingston Rovers teenage back rower Joe Cator is loving life at his hometown club.
The promising youngster has made nine appearances for the first team this season, and with a big work ethic he is set to achieve big things in the sport.
A graduate of the controversial City of Hull Academy, Cator is the latest example that the set up is working, having produced many fine performances at under-19 level.
“I’m very happy to have signed for another two years,” he posted on his Facebook page.
“I’ve loved every minute of being involved at this great club and I can’t wait for what the next two years has to come.”
Fellow youngster William Jubb has also put pen to paper on a new deal, keeping him at Rovers until the end of the 2018 season.
Tim Sheens added, “Will and Joe are a couple of promising young players who have done well with the opportunities they’ve had in the first team this year. We see good futures at the club for both of them.
“We’ve had several youngsters underpin our senior players this year by training hard and doing a good job when they’ve come into the side.
“It’s really important that we continue to sign these players who have come through our system at the academy and reward them with an extension.”