Winger Jermarie Chatham attended the club’s open player trial back in November and impressed Mem chief Mike Abbott and his coaching staff.
Chatham, who was born in Antigua but moved to the United Kingdom when he was 11, joined the first team squad and caught the eye in recent friendlies against London Skolars and Exeter University.
The 20-year-old started his rugby league career with the Welsh amateur side Torfaen Tigers and also gained age-grade representative honours with Wales.
Whilst wearing the famous Red Dragon on his chest, Chatham scored a wonderful individual try for the under-16 side against England. After being nominated for the Rugby Football League’s try of the week, Chatham’s effort went viral and he was snapped up by Super League giants Hull FC.
After two years in East Yorkshire, with Chatham making several appearances for the Airlie Birds’ reserve side, he was released in 2022 before making the move to Cornwall.