KYLE Amor, Mose Masoe, Luke Walsh, Richard Beaumont and Matty Dawson… five new faces heading to Langtree Park in 2014.
Saints have strengthened in the pack, halves and in the backs as they look to challenge on all fronts in Super League XIX.
Kyle Amor joined from Wakefield Trinity Wildcats on a four-year deal for a transfer fee of £50,000.
He’s made 96 Super League appearances in his career as well as playing twice for Ireland and twice for Cumbria.
He will add strength, size and dynamism to the front row as well as a tenacious tackle.
Kyle joined Wakefield on a permanent basis at the end of 2011 after being involved at Leeds. He signed for the Rhinos in 2010 from Whitehaven.
Mose Masoe is sure to be a fans’ favourite at Saints standing at six foot four and the best part of 18 stone.
His performances in the World Cup saw defenders trailing at his wake and the opposition shuddering from his bone crunching hits.
Mose joined Sydney Roosters’ junior system in 2008 before making his first grade debut in 2010 against the Gold Coast.
The powerful Kiwi then joined Penrith Panthers and played four times for Samoa in the World Cup.
Luke Walsh joined on a two-year contract, with an option for a further year.
He made his first grade debut in 2007 for the Knights before joining Penrith at the start of the 2009 season.
He scored the opening try on his Panthers’ debut and was also named the club’s Players’ Player of the Year in 2011.
He is a good organiser and possesses a great kicking game too
Big forward Richard Beaumont joined Saints from Hull KR.
A scholar with the Robins, he progressed through their system to make his Super League debut in back in 2011.
He’s strong, powerful, tips the scales at 100kg and has a great deal of potential to go far in the game.
And Matty Dawson is a young winger / centre who signed for Huddersfield Giants from Castleford ahead of the 2010 season before joining Saints in 2013.
He’s already stated his pushing hard to secure as many first team appearances as possible.
2014 will be massive at Saints and the squad looks capable of being very competitive indeed.
This quintet has committed itself to the club… have you?
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