Greg Inglis is set to continue playing rugby league after leaving the Warrington Wolves.
It’s not an NRL nor Super League comeback, but Inglis has signed with the Macksville Sea Eagles in the New South Wales state.
He retired from rugby league in 2019, though a short-team deal at the Warrington Wolves in Super League coaxed him to return.
However, the superstar centre played just three games before having his contract terminated and assuming a volunteer role with the Wolves.
Inglis also played 263 NRL games over stints with the Storm and Rabbitohs and played 32 games for Queensland, as well as 39 games for the Kangaroos.
From 2011 to 2019 he played in the NRL for the South Sydney Rabbitohs, with whom he won a premiership in 2014.
Inglis returned to Australia at the culmination of the 2021 Super League season, with his Goanna Academy helping to educate the next generation and helping a small section of society through the hardships of lockdown in both hemispheres.
The former Warrington centre brought his Goanna Academy to the UK along with him when he came out of retirement for the Wolves ahead of the 2021 Super League season in a bid to educate and pass on his knowledge to juniors and trainers following the COVID-19 lockdown.
Those youngsters – and Inglis – attempted to get back to normal following yet another pandemic outbreak, with daily life completely different.
Now, upon his return, he will be giving back to his local community and local rugby side.