Leeds Rhinos have confirmed that young forwards Jordan Baldwinson and Mason Tonks will rejoin the club next season.
The pair left the Rhinos in 2013 after agreeing deals to join NRL side New Zealand Warriors but they have now agreed new contracts with Leeds for 2015.
Commenting on the signing Chief Executive Gary Hetherington said, "We have an arrangement for both Jordan and Mason to come back to us next season and we are looking forward to having them on board for pre-season."
Head Coach Brian McDermott added, "It is always good to be bringing back two of our own players, who have come through our academy structure and whom we have invested a lot of time in early in their careers. I am sure they will have learnt a lot from their experience with a NRL club and will be looking to stake their claims for next season when they get back."
Leeds Rhinos Head Coach Brian McDermott has praised the club's fans for their support of the team during their recent tough run of form in the First Utility Super League and has backed them to roar the team into the Play Offs next Saturday when they take on Catalan Dragons at Headingley Carnegie in an elimination play off.
Veteran Rhinos prop Kylie Leuluai was in pragmatic mood after the 24-19 loss to Hull FC, giving credit to the home side, whilst turning his attentions to the play offs starting next week. (Apologies for the sound quality on this video)