Steelers – Steeldogs two-way for Finlay Ulrick

Fans of both the Steelers and Steeldogs will be delighted to know that Finlay Ulrick will be wearing the shirts of both sides next season after signing a new two-way agreement with the Steelers organisation.

Ulrick is no stranger to the Steelers having played 8 league and play-off games last season (0+2) and to the Steeldogs, having played against them for Hull, in a year when he amassed 31 goals and 86 points in 58 games

Aaron Fox “It’s great to get Fin back on a new two-way deal where we can use him in both clubs.   

“If we had first option last year he probably plays 40 games for us.    

“Fin did a great job when he was with us and fit in great with our group.  This was a no brainer for us and look forward to having him as part of our group next year”

New Dogs coach Ben Morgan is more than aware of Ulrick’s quality saying “I’m delighted with this signing, he improves our group

“It’s an important signing because last season Finlay established himself as a go to player in our league scoring more than a point per game

“This two-way deal will give him the opportunity to improve and continue his progression so he can make the transition in time to come up to the Steelers and professional game”

That progression isn’t lost on Ulrick “this is a good move for me, the right move

“Training with both the Steelers and Dogs can only help me in my progression, whilst trying to contribute as much as I can with the Dogs  and also keeping my foot in the door with Aaron and the Steelers as my aim in a full time professional contract with them in the future”