Aaron Jones-Bishop made history when he became Cornwall RLFC’s first ever player to play in a Rugby League World Cup last year.
Representing Jamaica, Jones-Bishop was named as interchange in the Reggae Warriors’ World Cup bow against Ireland at Headingley. In Jamaica’s subsequent two Pool games, Jones-Bishop was named as 18th (New Zealand) and 19th (Lebanon) man.
The 33-year-old had started the 2022 campaign at Cornwall’s Betfred League 1 rivals Hunslet before joining the Choughs in early June.
Jones-Bishop is vastly experienced at League 1 level having previously played for Doncaster, Oxford, Oldham and most recently Hunslet.
His surname is synonymous with rugby league on these shores as elder brother Ben, who is also a Jamaican international and plays for Championship outfit Sheffield Eagles, has won multiple top-flight honours with Super League giants Leeds Rhinos.