Wests Tigers have snapped up ragged South Sydney forward Tom Amone for the 2021 NRL season.
The 24-year-mature Australian Schoolboy and Junior Kiwis representative played nine senior games for the Rabbitohs over the final two campaigns, the most contemporary coming in a 40-12 spherical-six use over the Warriors in June 2020.
He become as soon as one amongst seven gamers de-listed by South Sydney in November final year.
“Tom has confirmed he has what it takes to manufacture it at the NRL level so we’re very relaxed to have secured his products and companies for the season forward,” West Tigers coach Michael Maguire said.
“Having overcome some adversity, Tom has labored arduous to be ready for the season forward and I’m having a ogle forward to him adding extra to our forward pack this year.”
Wests Tigers CEO Justin Pascoe said the barnstorming Amone would be a loyal addition as the membership ogle to increase on their 11th-situation abolish final outing.
“Tom’s ride and capabilities at the NRL level manufacture him an very honest appropriate addition to our squad at this point of the year and we’re happy to welcome him on board,” Pascoe said.
“Tom has confirmed an enthusiasm and desire to contribute at this membership straight away and we’re having a ogle forward to watching him cessation that within the year forward.”
Amone will open practising with the squad this week earlier than Wests Tigers’ season opener in opposition to the Raiders in Canberra on March 14.