Michael Witt signs for Dragons

Last updated 15:27 29/11/2013
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NRL RETURN: Michael Witt training with the Warriors back in 2008.

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St George Illawarra have added to their playmaking options for next season, signing Michael Witt on a one-year NRL deal.

The 29-year-old, who will rejoin the NRL after two seasons with Super Rugby and two more in the Super League, joins Gareth Widdop and Sam Williams as recruits in the halves for the Dragons in 2014.

Witt played played 90 NRL games between 2003 and 2008 in two-year stints with Parramatta, Manly and the Warriors before switching codes.

He can also cover fullback and will join the Dragons for pre-season training next week.

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