England and Wales may be ready to fight for the services of Regan Grace if the rugby league pilot who scores goals is contemplating a dramatic switch of cross-codes to next year’s World Cup.

The 25-year-old’s contract, who scored 84 attempts in 134 games for St. Helens, ended at the end of the league season in September.

Regions of Wales are on standby, and the Port Talbat-born player has said in the past that he has long wanted to represent Wales at 15, commenting last year: “Growing up, every boy’s dream in Wales is to play for One Wales and when you say Wales, you mean the Welsh Rugby Union, so that dream has always been in the back of my head.

“I’ve never written off an opportunity or a choice to go. Just when the time comes in my life, I’d like to try again and go for it.” You can read more about Grace’s miracle-wing here.

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But there is another option available to Grace with Eddie Jones, who is said to be interested in attracting a player whose pace and ability to counterattack make him the best. a nightmare to be protected from.

According to Rugby paperwho say that Sale and the London Irishman are some of the Premier League clubs that have shown interest in the wing, Jones and attacking coach Martin Gleason are both in favor of Grace … and believe he could be next Jason Robinson. ” It would have been the same Jason Robinson who had achieved tremendous success in the league since leaving the league, playing with honors for the British and Irish Lions in 2001 and helping England win the World Cup in 2003.

Grace started in alliance with Oberon Queens and competed in the Ospreys U16. He was compared to Cheslin Kolbe and Robinson and qualified for England through his father Leroy, who is a native of Birmingham.


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