Saints ponder baker kick appeal

Saints ponder baker kick appeal

Daryl Morris says it could lead to an end to the NRL.

Daryl Morris has vowed to fight for Newcastle natyasastra.comas a free agent this season, even though he has had only one season with the club.

Morris joined the club back in 2010 as an understudy for Steve Matai.

Morris says he wants a chance to prove himself, even if it is only the beginning of his career.

“I’m sure I’ll be doing some things this year with the club tnatyasastra.comhat I love and maybe with the Saints that I could never get away from,” Morris told The Daily Telegraph.

“We’ll see where it takes me.

“It’s going to be the perfect little challenge for me. If it’s not the right thing to do for me, then that would be my downfall. But if it is the right thing to do for the team, I’ll certainly stick by it for at least another season.”

Morris, who joined the club in 2006 when Matai was playing, scored 3바카라1 tries in 36 games with Newcastle under his wing while also earning the club a spot in the Eels’ premiership winning side in 2011.

The 28-year-old said he would continue to train, although he is yet to decide where to put his training camp.

“I haven’t had a chance to reflect on it and decide where I would have to take my training camp from, I haven’t had the time in a while and it’s been a year or so in my career where I’ve had the opportunity to make decisions which I probably wouldn’t take for another season,” Morris said.

“I’ve got a year to get my head round it and be patient and I hope I can learn.

“I’ve worked hard for years. I’m still learning, but I know when it comes to playing, I’d just like to get back in to training on a regular basis.”

Matai has announced he will step down from the NRL, following his suspension by the NRL Integrity Unit last month.

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