It was on a sunny Sunday afternoon at Leigh Sports Village in August 2019 when Karl Fitzpatrick knew he had to act fast to ensure he got Matty Ashton’s signature on a Warrington Wolves contract. In the blink of an eye, Ashton had emerged as one of the best talents outside of Super League, and…

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