Dene Halatau will return to Wests Tigers

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FORMER Wests Tigers utility Dene Halatau will return to the club on a two-year deal starting in 2014, after spending four seasons at Canterbury.

New Tigers chief executive Grant Mayer said Halatau's leadership and mentoring skills had been a key factor in re-signing the 30-year-old.

The club also announced it had signed U20s halves Luke Brooks and Mitchell Moses on four-year deals, and NSW Cup hooker Joel Luani for two years.

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