Godwin agrees new deal to stay at Rams

Dewsbury Wayne Godwin  in action against Halifax.
Dewsbury Wayne Godwin in action against Halifax.

Wayne Godwin has agreed a new deal to remain at Dewsbury Rams for the 2015 season.

Godwin enjoyed a fantastic Super League career at Castleford Tigers, Wigan Warriors, Salford Red Devils and Bradford Bulls before joining the Rams this season, making an immediate impactbefore his campaign was cut short when he suffered a broken arm against Featherstone in June.

The Rams are hoping Godwin may make a come back in time for the play-offs and coach Glenn Morrison is delighted to have the experienced hooker on board for next season.

Morrison said: “Wagga is a very experienced player who has played a lot in the Super League and also at international level.

“We all see what he does on the field but I really value what he does off the field too as he is capable of coaching some of the young lads and is an invaluable asset at training.

“He’s been unfortunate to have suffered a broken arm, and while there’s a chance he could play again this season, I’m already looking at him for a big year in 2015”