Along with his fellow Chough Kaine Dimech, hooker Louis Singleton has also gained representative honours for Malta.
The 31-year-old made one appearance for the Choughs last term in the 34-14 round 19 defeat to Rochdale Hornets at Spotland.
And despite Singleton’s time in Cornwall colours only being brief, the Salford born hooker is back for the club’s second professional campaign.
Singleton came through the academy set up at Premiership rugby union side Sale Sharks and throughout his playing career, has played both the 15-man code and rugby league.
Singleton made his international bow for Malta in 2015 whilst still playing union as the country of his grandfather’s birth defeated Belgium 35-34 in a mid-season international at Headingley, home of Super League outfit Leeds Rhinos.
For the 2021 campaign, Singleton signed for Cornwall’s fellow non-heartland rivals London Skolars and last year, started the campaign at Rochdale.
With game time in Greater Manchester limited, Singleton signed a short-term contract with Cornwall in August and his capture for next term further strengthens Mem chief Mike Abbott’s hooking options.