September 14, 2017
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Toronto Wolfpack sign Fiji Bati prop

The newly promoted Toronto Wolfpack have signed Vodafone Fiji Bati prop Ashton Sims for their debut season in the second tier of English rugby league.

Sims, whose contract is expiring with Warrington Wolves, will join the Wolfpack for their debut season in the second tier of English rugby league.

The 32-year-old joined the Wolves in 2015 from the NRL’s North Queensland Cowboys.

“I’m genuinely really looking forward to this journey with the Toronto Wolfpack but before that I really want to finish off these last two games the right way after a rough season,” Sims told the Warrington website.

He has made more than 90 appearances for the Super League Wolves and has played in both the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup final and Betfred Super League Grand Final in 2016.

By Reginald Chandar

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