JAMIE Cording re-joined Featherstone Rovers midway through the 2017 season, following a lengthy injury lay-off.
Cording was struck down by a career-threatening knee injury during the 2016 campaign but after months of intense rehabilitation, the talented back-rower is back fit and raring to go.
The Featherstone-born forward began his career with Gateshead before enjoying a fruitful stint in Super League with Huddersfield Giants, a club he made more than 40 appearances for in the sport’s top flight.
A short spell with Sheffield Eagles occurred in around his time with the Giants, prior to him becoming a Rovers player for the first time in 2014.
Cording has made more than 60 appearances for Featherstone and will be looking to make his playing return before the end of the year.