Ex-Warrington Wolves and Salford academy player joins Dewsbury Rams
Head coach Lee Greenwood feels that Abram’s utility value will see him get plenty of game time for the Rams next campaign as it is unlikely that Dewsbury will be able call upon their dual-registration agreement with Hull KR due to Covid-19 protocols.
“Jamie could be a real find for us,” said Greenwood.
“At the moment he covers nine, half-back and full-back equally well and this utility value should give him a good opportunity of getting onto the field.
“He comes from a strong rugby league family which means he knows the game and knows what it takes to be successful. This is without doubt a step up for him but he certainly has the capabilities to make his mark at Dewsbury and in the Championship.
“Jamie found himself a victim of the loss of reserve rugby next season.
“There are a lot of quality young players without clubs that aren’t quite ready to play Super League regularly but are too old for academies.
“I didn’t want to see Jamie have to give up professional rugby when he has so much to offer.”