JONNY Lomax wants to take the positives of his Fou

first_imgJONNY Lomax wants to take the positives of his Four Nations campaign into the new season with the Saints.The full back made a stunning return from recovery last year which culminated in selection for the England squad.“I was personally pretty happy with how I went in the Four Nations, but I was gutted about the results,” he said. “Australia were too good on the day for us but there wasn’t much in the New Zealand match.“Looking back I have to take the positives from that experience. I learnt a lot over the course of the year and what got me into the Four Nations squad.“I have to take the experience, learn from it and bring it back to Saints to try and improve as a player.”Lomax has appeared in both Saints friendlies – but knows the big tests lie ahead.“We have a lot of new players in the squad and it is a case of getting our combinations going as well as understanding how the boys play and what they like to be effective,” he continued. “Our friendlies were about that, and getting mileage in the legs so we can hit the ground running against Leeds.“We’re looking forward to the challenge.”last_img read more

The utility back has played 33 games for the club

first_imgThe utility back has played 33 games for the club since signing from Widnes in 2016.He made 28 appearances that year, including appearing against Sydney Roosters in the 2016 World Club Series.This season he has played five times, scoring two tries.“Jack has been a true professional this season,” Saints CEO Mike Rush said. “Despite not having a great deal of first team game time his attitude has been first class and he has worked hard.“He has set a fine example to the younger players this season, particularly in his performances for our reserves, and the move allows him to gain more game time.“We wish Jack all the best at the Eagles and in his future career.”last_img