Jake Lloyd has assumed the Chough’s Mr Versatile tag due to his ability to play in a number of positions both in forward and back divisions.
The 24-year-old was born in Leigh and spent most of his life in his home town before he moved to Cornwall during the summer of 2020.
Prior to swapping the North West for Carlyon Bay, near St Austell, Lloyd played his rugby league exclusively with Leigh Miners Rangers.
He gained representative honours whilst with the National Conference League outfit. These included playing for both Lancashire and Great Britain at British Amateur Rugby League Association (BARLA) level.
In 2021, Lloyd was part of the Cornwall county rugby league side who defeated their Devon counterparts 48-14 to retain the Martin Roddy MB trophy.