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The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have secured a signing coup with current Great Britain international and 2010 England captain James Graham agreeing to join the Club on a three year deal commencing in 2012.
25 year old Graham will link with the Bulldogs on the back of a stellar nine season career with St Helens in the English Super League. During his career at Saints he claimed such accolades as the 2008 Man of Steel Award, the Rugby League Writers Player of the Year, World XIII selection, and being named the best prop in the world.
Elevated to the England captaincy prior to the 2010 Four Nations tournament held in Australia and New Zealand following injury to Jamie Peacock and Adrian Morley, Liverpool-born Graham says testing himself in the National Rugby League was something he always had on his to-do list.