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Talented second-rower Rhyse Martin has re-signed with the Bulldogs on a one year deal.

The 25 year-old, who was the Bulldogs ISP Player of the Season last year and represented Papua New Guinea in the World Cup, has made 8 First Grade appearances for the Bulldogs this season, including a memorable first touch on debut against the Broncos where he scored a try.

Rhyse has scored 4 NRL tries in total in his eight matches and boasts an outstanding kicking success rate of 93.8%.

Bulldogs Chief Executive Andrew Hill was delighted at being able to retain Martin's services:

"Rhyse has been part of a new group of younger players that have made their NRL debuts this season and who will form the nucleus of our squad going forward. His re-signing is another positive step in creating a balanced squad that can complement each other next season and take our club in the right direction. We are delighted to have him back on board."