- Publish Date
- Wednesday, 3 October 2018, 7:44PM
Veteran Issac Luke has re-committed to the Vodafone Warriors after signing a one-year contract for the 2019 NRL season.
The 31-year-old, whose original three-year contract ended this season, inked his deal this afternoon.
The 43-Test Kiwi’s fourth Vodafone Warriors campaign will coincide with the club’s 25th season since entering the competition in 1995.
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“It’s good to have the contract all sorted out,” said Luke.
“We always wanted to stay in New Zealand, my wife and the kids. I’m really happy here at the club and I’m pleased I have another season with the boys.”
Vodafone Warriors head coach Stephen Kearney welcomed Luke’s re-signing.
“We wanted Issac to stay. It was just a matter of sorting out the details,” he said. “Now we look forward to him making a big contribution to the side next season.”
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Luke played 23 of the Vodafone Warriors’ 25 games this year, scoring six tries while averaging 71 minutes, 72 metres and 31 tackles a game. He had a total of 114 dummy half runs, third behind fellow hookers South Sydney’s Damien Cook and St George Illawarra’s Cameron McInnes.
Late in the season, Luke reached the 250-game career milestone while taking his club appearances tally to 66.