WAKEFIELD Trinity Wildcats have extended the loan stay of Kyle Amor at the Rapid Solicitors Stadium for another month.
Amor, who arrived on-loan at Wakefield from Leeds Rhinos at the end of February, will stay until Saturday, May 21, with his final Super League match for Trinity penned in away at Crusaders on Friday, May 13.
Wakefield had already extended his initial one-month stint at the club and wasted no time in securing his services for a third month.
Wildcats head coach John Kear said: “I’m really pleased that Kyle has extended his stay here. I have been impressed with his performances so far and I feel that there is further improvement in him still.
“I would like to place on record my thanks to Leeds Rhinos and to Gary Hetherington in particular for allowing Kyle to remain even longer at The Wildcats.”
Rhinos have a 48-hour recall clause as part of the deal for the youngster, who has played seven times in the red, white and blue, scoring one try along the way.
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