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Warrington Wolves have signed Daryl Cardiss, 26 from Halifax from now until the end of the 2004.
Daryl, a fullback/winger leaves Halifax as a free agent and looks set to start in the Wolves clash against London Broncos on Sunday 17th August at Brentford.
Cardiss is a former Wigan player who was a squad member for the 1998 Challenge Cup Final and Premiership Final and has spent the last five seasons with Halifax. Cardiss appeared for Yorkshire in the 2001 Origin game and trained with the GB squad for the Australia Test Series in that year. Daryl has made 110 career appearances scoring 43 tries and 4 goals.
Head Coach Paul Cullen commented on his newest recruit, "He offers pace, agility, versatility and experience and we offer a go-forward that should help him fulfil his potential."