Toronto Wolfpack have completed the exciting signing of Wakefield Trinity outside back Mason Caton-Brown for the remainder of the 2018 season.
Caton-Brown has put pen to paper on a deal to run with the Pack on a permanent basis until the end of the season. He will link up with his new team mates just in time to bolster the Championship League Leaders’ squad ahead of their all important Super 8s Qualifiers campaign.

The signing not only adds undoubted quality and Super League experience to the Wolfpack ranks, but appears a good fit for rugby league’s newest club, as Caton-Brown is a real success story of the expansion of the sport.

Caton-Brown is originally from Enfield in London and came into rugby league through fellow expansionist club and Championship rivals London Broncos.

Blessed with brilliant balance and devastating speed, the London youngster spent over a year at the top level in the UK’s capital before attracting attention from other Super League clubs, as one of the most exciting home grown prospects in the sport.

He signed for Salford mid-way through 2014 and continued his notable try scoring feats, with an impressive 25 tries in 37 appearances for the Red Devils, before switching to Wakefield in 2017.