Wallabies flyhalf Carter Gordon trades kicks for tackles

Carter Gordon and Des Hasler. Photos: Getty Images

LeagueNews.co | Jess Malloy

In a shock move that sent shockwaves through the rugby world, Wallabies star flyhalf Carter Gordon has decided to leave the rugby union field and join the NRL fray.

The Gold Coast Titans have scored a major win by securing Gordon's signature on a two-year deal, adding some much-needed firepower to their halves combination for the 2025 season.

Having donned the green and gold jersey eight times for the Wallabies and represented his country in the 2023 Rugby World Cup under the guidance of Eddie Jones, Gordon brings a wealth of experience and talent to the Titans squad.

After a stint with the Melbourne Rebels, who were unfortunately booted from the Super Rugby competition after the 2024 season, Gordon felt the time was right to make the switch to the rugby league arena.

"I'm pumped about the path that rugby league is on and the good vibes surrounding the game," Gordon shared in a statement released by the Titans.

"At 23, I knew I had to seize this opportunity now before it passed me by."

With his sights set on making a mark in a new sporting realm, Gordon's decision to cross codes symbolizes a new chapter in his already illustrious sporting career.

The Titans, and their fans, can surely look forward to seeing this Wallaby standout bring his unique skills and rugby acumen to the NRL battleground.

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