SAINTS' Yorkshire terrier James Bentley produced another display high on energy, enthusism and aggression from the second row in Thursday's win over Wakefield Triniry.

It is the latest top drawer display from the versatile former Bradford Bull who is now repeatedly compared with Canberra packman John Bateman.

Bentley, who turns 24 on Monday, again drew praise from the Saints boss Kristian Woolf.

He said: "James Bentley was like he is every week.

"He is a great competitor, he's tough, he works really hard and comes up with some really smart plays at different times, with and without the ball.

"I have said all year how how happy we are with how he is progressing. He is a good player for us."