Barrow Raiders sign Connor Dwyer and Bradley Goulding

Connor Dwyer and Bradley Goulding
Dwyer and Goulding have been brought in to help Barrow try to pull clear of relegation trouble

Barrow Raiders have signed St Helens back-rower Connor Dwyer on loan and also have full-back Bradley Goulding training with the club.

Dwyer, 20, is the son of former Great Britain forward Bernard, but is yet to make his Super League bow after signing professional terms for 2014.

He joins the Championship club on an initial one-month deal.

Goulding, 18, is the son of Barrow coach Bobbie and was recently released by Super League side Warrington.

Raiders are currently bottom of the division, with 10 games to play - with five teams going down.

Player-coach Bobbie Goulding that he was keen to overhaul the squad, with the Craven Park club still in danger of relegation to the bottom tier.

Italy international prop Ben Musolino was brought to the club earlier this month.

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