Nev Morrison will make the switch from Sheffield Eagles to Doncaster this winter, it has been confirmed.
The 23-year-old winger, who was on loan at the Dons in 2011, was an Eagles regular for much of last season but made just five starts this year.
He becomes the latest addition at Doncaster, where new player coach Paul Cooke is wasting no time in building his squad for the 2014 campaign.
Morrison scored nine tries during a loan spell at Doncaster from Hull two years ago.
Along with Scotland World Cup star Dave Scott and Scott Spaven, he becomes the latest ex-Don to return to the Keepmoat.
Cooke has also recruited former Hull FC stand-off Danny Nicklas and ex-England junior centre Danny Welham since taking over from outgoing coach Tony Miller.
Dons, meanwhile, have an opportunity for a part time physiotherapist to join the club.
The ideal candidate must be IMMOFP qualified and previous experience in sport would be advantageous.
The chosen candidate will be required to work up to three nights a week and on match days.
For more information contact Carl Hall on 01302 765888 or 07506 647569, or email email@example.com.
Tickets are still on sale for world champions New Zealand’s appearance at the Keepmoat Stadium later this month.
The Kiwis face the Cook Islands on Sunday, October 20 (3pm).
For more information, or to book a ticket, call the ticket office on 01302 762576.