Greg Inglis has been pictured playing for his new club back in his native Australia.
Inglis was set to play for the Macksville Sea Eagles in 2022, but he has also taken on a surprising coaching role on the side,
He was pictured in his player-coaching role for the Gumbaynggir Street Warriors, a team in the East Coast Global League.
Inglis, who played for Warrington Wolves in Super League during the 2021 season, recently returned to his native Australia to put his boots back on in bush rugby league after previously retiring, but he will also be using a clipboard and walkie-talkie alongside that new role.
He posted on his Instagram: Great day out playing for @wallstreetwarriorsrlfc not the result we wanted but a good run with the boys!! Good effort .”
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South Sydney CEO Blake Solly previously praised Inglis for his commitment to the sport after the move to the Macksville Sea Eagles was confirmed.
“Greg has a special place in the history of South Sydney,” said Solly.
“He is extremely well loved by our members. We are really supportive of regional rugby league. We take home matches to regional venues in the Charity Shield to try and foster and grow rugby league in those areas.
“We think it’s wonderful that Greg is pulling on the boots again to help his local club where he grew up.”