Nathan Peats is back in Super League after a year’s hiatus.
Nathan began his professional career in 2011 with the South Sydney Rabbitohs, where he played 55 games and scored 24 points.
In 2013, he joined the Parramatta Eels and then in 2016 he joined the Gold Coast Titans and will play 69 games, he will take part in particular in the 3 games of the State Of Origin 2017 (flagship championship of the Australian provinces) with the New South Wales Blues, with his career in the NRL ending in 2021.
The native of Sydney made the move to Super League with Leigh Centurions but then moved on loan to Huddersfield Giants.
After a full season played in the UK (23 games), the hooker arrived in France, with the Albigensian Tigers, where he appeared 13 times in French Elite 1 championship matches in the Tarnais jersey and now he has made the move to Toulouse Olympique.
In total, Peats has 159 NRL appearances under his belt including 110 starts, whilst he also played all three rounds of State of Origin in 2017.
Peats can’t wait to get started: “At the end of my Super League season with the Huddersfield Giants, my family and I wanted to settle in France and I had the opportunity to play with Albi RL XIII in elite 1, with the hope to join Toulouse Olympique afterwards.
“I am very grateful that it is now a reality and very happy to join this club. I am looking forward to meeting my new team-mates.”
Peats could be thrown straight in to the Toulouse side next weekend.