Brett Morris will join twin brother Josh at the Bulldogs after inking a four-year deal with the club.
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The Canterbury Bulldogs have announced the signing of Australia representative Brett Morris.
Morris will join his twin brother Josh at the Bulldogs after signing a four-year deal with the 2014 grand finalists.
Brett Morris scored 112 tries in 168 games for the Dragons, and Bulldogs coach Des Hasler said he would bring great experience to the club.
“Brett is an experienced player that has played at the highest level and we are keen to get him into our set-up and be part of our squad for next season and beyond,” Hasler said in a Bulldogs statement.
Brett’s brother Josh said he was keen to work alongside his sibling in 2015.
“We obviously played footy together since we were six and although I chose a different path back in 2009 when I decided to come to the Bulldogs, it is great that we will be able to go out there together every week and do what we love,” Josh said in a statement.
“He is a great player and I believe he will fit into the culture we have here at Belmore very easily.”