Liam Fulton

Wests Tigers forward Liam Fulton has today announced that he will retire from Rugby League, effective immediately.

Fulton has suffered a number of concussions during the 2014 season and has made the decision to retire following consultation with his family, teammates, the Club and management.

The 29-year-old played 162 games for Wests Tigers between 2003 and 2014 and was a part of the Club’s 2005 NRL Premiership winning team; he also played 17 games for Super League Club Huddersfield Giants in 2009. Fulton represented City Origin in 2011 and 2012 and played in the NRL All Stars game in 2011, he was also named Wests Tigers’ Best and Fairest and Player’s Player last year.

Wests Tigers CEO Grant Mayer commended Fulton on his decision, thanking him for his commitment to the Club over a long period of time.

Read more at WestsTigers.com.au

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