Archie Snook commits to the 2020 Season
West Wales Raiders secure the signing of their longest serving player for the 2020 season.
Archie Snook who is only 20 years old is the Raiders longest serving player and has signed to continue his time with the club.
Archie who is born and bred in West Wales began playing rugby league for the Raiders at 15, he has now gone on to represent the Raiders in league 1 but also has represented Wales rugby league at under 16’s,18’s & Students. Archie is an example of what the club is trying to achieve in West Wales.
In the past 2 seasons he has played on 42 occasions and his most memorable appearance being that home win against Coventry when he also crossed the line twice.
Archie spoke to the club on another season with the Raiders “I’m thrilled to be able to have the opportunity to play league 1 yet again. Training so far has been intense and I’m ecstatic for the season ahead. I’m really looking forward to meeting all the new recruits and working together as a strong squad o chip and have an unreal season together and hopefully make more history.”
Raiders head coach Arron Wood added “It’s great to have Archie on board again, he wears his heart on his sleeve, and he is a no nonsense hard working forward. I’m looking forward to a big season from Archie both on and off the field this year. Its not often in sport these days to see a true club-man who plays for the love of the club rather than chasing the extra £10 a game, at 20 Archie is certainly developing into the kind of player future generations can follow.”