Cornish born and bred, Gilder, 22, suffered a stop start first season wearing his native black and gold owing to injury.
However, when fit and selected, Gilder delivered several stellar showings which included the club’s first ever win at West Wales Raiders. In the Choughs’ following game on home soil against Hunslet, Gilder picked up the supporters’ Man of the Match award.
His season did end somewhat prematurely after he suffered a horror concussion injury away to big spending title winners Keighley Cougars in July.
That was Gilder’s last action in a Cornwall shirt during 2022 but after visiting a head injury specialist in Birmingham, along with the help of club doctor Dr John Garman, the Mevagissey man is ‘fit and raring to go’ next term.