Hunslet have announced they have brought back Reece Chapman-Smith on a deal until the end of the season.
Chapman-Smith made three appearances on loan for Hunslet from Halifax. He is also a product of the Leeds Rhinos Academy.
He had signed for Dewsbury Rams ahead of the 2021 season, but has been playing recently at NCL side Oulton Raiders.
Reacting to the news, Chapman-Smith said: “It’s good to be back, when I received a call from Alan (Kilshaw) I jumped at the chance to come down.
“I’ve been playing amateur Rugby League recently at Oulton Raiders and enjoyed my spell there, but I wanted to get back into the semi-pro game again and the opportunity with Hunslet was too good to turn down.
“I trained with the lads on Tuesday, which was Alan’s first session, and I’m hoping to be involved in our game against Keighley. And I am looking forward to taking part in our remaining eight games, and seeing what we can achieve.”
Hunslet Head Coach Alan Kilshaw added: “I’m delighted to get Reece over the line so quickly. He is a good athlete and can cover a number of positions.
“He had a really strong pre-season at Dewsbury but didn’t get an opportunity to show what he can do. We can give him that opportunity at Hunslet and I expect RCS to thrive in this environment.”