‘I’ve still got a stone unturned’: Wallabies star open to NRL comeback

Wallabies and ACT Brumbies winger Tom Wright has recently revealed a desire to return back to the NRL if an opportunity arises.

Wright sat down with former Sea Eagle Justin Horo on his podcast, The Scope Podcast with Justin Horo.

However once the 24-year-old was asked about his transition to the Brumbies it was there that he revealed an itch to return to the NRL.

“The whole Brumbies thing genuinely didn’t come up until post season (2018).” Wright said.

“The season was fully done mad Monday finished, but yeh I feel like I’ve still got a stone unturned.

“If I was to get an opportunity to go back or whatever you know I’d feel like I’d be able to sort of pounce at the opportunity again.”

Wright started his professional career straight out of school with the Manly Sea Eagles, winning the 2017 Holden Cup and notching up five games with Manly’s first grade side in 2018.

For now Tom Wright’s rugby league plans will be on hold as the former Sea Eagle has extended his stay with the ACT Brumbies and Rugby Australia until the end of 2023.

Source: foxsports.com