Tansey set for Tigers switch
Castleford Tigers have confirmed the signing of Jordan Tansey on a one-year deal for 2013.
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Tansey burst onto the Super League stage in 2006 with Leeds Rhinos where he made 52 first-team appearances and featured in the England squad at the 2008 World Cup.
The utility back moved to Sydney Roosters the following year, though homesickness curtailed his spell to just nine NRL appearances.
Tansey returned to England with Hull FC, where made 31 appearances between 2009-2011, before his contract was terminated.
The 25-year-old joins the club from Championship side York City Knights after a spell with Crusaders and head coach Ian Millward said: "We've signed him next year on his outstanding utility value.
"He lost consistency in his life away from the game and went back to York to do the hard yards and get back on track. We're very impressed by his enthusiasm and drive to fulfil his potential.
"At the age of 25 he has the talent to be a great utility asset to us."