SAINTS boss Kristian Woolf was delighted to see centre Konrad Hurrell mark the announcement of his new deal with a two-try display against his former club.

The Tongan powerhouse, who had three years with the Rhinos, opened the scoring in Saints 42-12 triumph and added another in the second half.

It is not the first time Hurrell has got one over his old club, as he also scored in the 26-0 win at Headingley back in April.

After the game he took the rapturous applause from the crowd.

Coach Woolf said: "I never had any doubt about him.

"I know what sort of character he is and what sort of a person he is.

"I know he's a bloke that helps your team enjoy their footy but he does it night right way, by working hard.

"He's fit happy and confident and playing great footy and he's still going to get better."

Hurrell will be pushing for a spot in Woolf's Tonga squad for the end-of-season World Cup, along with his Saints' team-mates Agnatius Paasi, who scored his first Super League try on Thursday night, and Will Hopoate, who missed the game through injury.