Denny Solomona has become the latest player to leave the London Broncos by joining Castleford

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Denny Solomona has become the latest player to leave the London Broncos after signing for Castleford on a two-year deal from the start of 2015.

The 20-year-old three-quarter joined the Broncos from Melbourne Storm in January 2014 and made 17 appearances, scoring nine tries for the Londoners.

Speaking to Castleford's website, Solomona said: "The move came about through Daryl Powell [Castleford Tigers head coach]. He asked me what my plans were for next year, and thought it would be a good opportunity to bring me in alongside Junior Moors.

"The way the club is run attracted me. Castleford have a good fan base. I spoke to Luke Dorn and he said the club was run well, so that attracted me there too. Everyone is professional and does their job, which is what you want," added Solomona.

The New Zealander follows in the footsteps of Atelea Vea and Mason Caton-Brown, both of whom have departed the club recently.


 

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