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Frawley To Depart Kennel At Bulldogs

Canterbury-Bankstown halfback Matt Frawley will continue his career in the Super League after signing a two-year deal with Huddersfield.

Frawley, who played 10 games in the Intrust Super Premiership NSW this season, said he was keen to learn under coach Simon Woolford after spending the past two seasons with the Bulldogs.

"I'm really excited about this opportunity, I've kept an eye on Super League over the years and have always had an interest,” Frawley said.

“I'm not sure what to expect but I've spoken with other players that have made the move to Super League and they've said that fans are extremely passionate about their teams and that there's a great atmosphere at every game which I'm really excited about.

"Simon was the hookers' coach at the Raiders when I was in the 20s so I worked with him then.

“We're both from Canberra so we've got something in common there and I'm really looking forward to working with him and developing my game under him."

Frawley has played 58 ISP games after debuting for the Bulldogs in 2015. He missed the club’s premiership win over the Newtown Jets after injuring his foot in the Preliminary Final against St George Illawarra.