Warriors playmaker Chanel Harris-Tavita is ready to spend time in his rugby league career – at least for now – at the end of the season.
Harris-Tavita, who is currently suffering from a ruptured testicle in Round Seven, revealed on Tuesday that he wants to take time off from the game at the end of the season, with reports suggesting he will look into travel and writing changes. Scenes
The tactical five-eighth turned just 23 years old last month.
“I want to take a break from the rugby league,” Harris-Tavita told AAP
“It simply came to our notice then.
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“Over the last year, I haven’t been enjoying it as much as I used to, although being an NRL player was something I dreamed of as a child.”
Since making his Warriors debut in 2019, Harris-Tavita has played 44 NRL games so far.
He has represented Samoa internationally and recently wore a Mওori All Stars jersey to an All Stars match earlier this year.
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