Jarrod Sammut opens up on Wigan Warriors exit

It was a transfer that came out of left field, but Maltese international Jarrod Sammut made the move to the Wigan Warriors ahead of the 2019 Super League season.

Playmaker and general, Sammut first arrived on UK shores back in 2010 to join the Crusaders RL where he quickly earned a reputation for a superbly talented individual.

Moves to Bradford Bulls, Wakefield Trinity and London Broncos followed before he was picked up by Adrian Lam at Wigan at the end of 2018.

He played 14 times in two seasons, scoring two tries but left to join the Leigh Centurions shortly after.

And, now Sammut has revealed just what it was like to play for the Warriors.

“I absolutely loved my time at Wigan,” Sammut told Serious About Rugby League.

“The Cherry and Whites are imbedded with a rich culture that thrives after success. As players the club leaves no stone unturned in order to give you the best possible chance to remain at your peak and continue to push forward.

“I would have loved to have had more game time and help play a role in creating more history for such a great club.”

Sammut also revealed that he would have liked to still be at the DW Stadium.

“I would love to still be at the club but as rugby league goes, seasons end and players move on. I will be forever grateful for the opportunity to wear the famous Cherry and White.”

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