The Dragons are pleased to announce the re-signing of centre Bobbi Law on a deal that will keep her at the club until at least the end of the 2025 NRLW season.
The 26-year-old linked up with the Red V prior to the 2023 season fresh off a Grand Final win with the Knights.
A two-time Indigenous All-Stars representative and proud Worimi woman, Law appeared in five games for the Dragons this season before succumbing to a season-ending hamstring injury.
In those five games, the Nelson Bay native scored two tries, assisted on another, and averaged 152 run metres with 17 tackle breaks.
Her dedicated off-field involvement to the community also saw her named as a finalist for the Veronica White Medal.
Dragons NRLW head coach Jamie Soward is delighted that Law's on-field and off-field presence will remain at the club for a further two seasons.
“Bobbi has established herself as one of the elite centres in our game and, to be able to have that talent mixed in with how much of a leader she is amongst this young group of women, is huge for the club,” Soward said.
“We are really proud and honoured to have such a big figure in the Indigenous community be at our club for couple more years.”