Rugby Star’s Bold Declaration: ‘I’d carve up’

NRL star Josh Addo-Carr says that if Rugby Australia offered him an opportunity, he would consider making a switch from league to union. He mentioned on the Let’s Trot podcast that he has played a few games of rugby union while growing up, and believes that he would do well in the sport. Addo-Carr even expressed his interest in meeting new people and traveling the world, indicating that he would definitely be willing to give rugby union a try. However, Rugby Australia’s new chairman Dan Herbert suggested a focus on developing and protecting the current rugby union players and seemed to downplay the possibility of acquiring talent from the NRL. Addo-Carr also acknowledged that the profile of rugby union has declined since his younger days. Despite his interest in rugby union, recent rumors suggest that Addo-Carr may stay in the NRL, with clubs expressing their interest in signing him. Addo-Carr has also had some off-field issues, including being banned for two games and being involved in a social media controversy. Another rugby player making headlines is Harry Potter, who has expressed his desire to play for the Wallabies instead of England, despite his dual eligibility. Potter, who previously played for Leicester Tigers, joined the Western Force and stated that he is passionate about Australian rugby. In other news, even after 20 years, former England rugby star Jason Robinson has yet to rewatch England’s victorious 2003 World Cup final. Despite rummors, he has not yet felt the need.