Former England international Ben Harrison has become the latest former Super League star to arrive through the door at Barrow Raiders.

The 32-year-old second row, most known for his ten year spell at Warrington Wolves where he played over 200 games, has signed a one year deal for the coming season at Craven Park.

The experienced player has been capped three times by England and once by England Knights, and has also represented Ireland in his international career.

After a spell with Wakefield Trinity Wildcasts in 2016, Harrison has decided to sign with the Raiders, to the delight of Rugby Director Andy Gaffney.

Gaffney said: "He has been with Warrington the super league for 12 to 13 years but has had 18 months out of the game, but he has managed to keep himself fit and in good shape.

“It is an excellent signing for us, a really top drawer addition to the squad. To bring in three former Super League players now in the form of Shaun Lunt, Adam Walne and now Ben is fantastic for the squad.

“He is a great player who can really add a lot to us in our push for promotion.

“There is no doubt it is a massive signing for us. He is yet another player who wanted to step over to us, and that shows that top level players want to come and play for us and have heard about the buzz around the place, and it is great to see.”