Briers Commits to WolvesWelsh International half-back Lee Briers has consolidated his future with the Wolves by signing a two year deal that will see the 22 year old through to Super League VII.Lee commented, "I would like to see the club go further this season, heading into a top five position. Super League V was somewhat disappointing for the Wolves and myself with an injury in the last match. I am fighting fit for the World Cup and Wales have a good chance.""The Wolves have made some good signings with Martin Masella, Kevin Campion and Rob Smyth. I am looking forward to playing with them all, I think that they will all add different dimensions to the pack. I think they will take the team forward and add aggression to the defence. it all makes for an interesting season, and my aim is to keep my place in the team each week."Lee is now a qualified club coach after completing the Club Coach Award held at Wilderspool last week and will be participating in the club's Community Development schools coaching next season."The coaching course was great, as it added to my skills knowledge and I am looking forward to passing them on to the children, it means a lot to the Wolves community to see children get involved in the sport and with the club."Academy Player of the Year Paul Wood has also signed a two year deal as has fellow Academy star Dave Alstead. Both players made their first team debuts this season, after only a handful of games in the Under-21 side.
11, Oct, 2000