Proctor drops rugby bombshell

Proctor drops rugby bombshell Written by STEVE MASCORD, February 26, 2016

KIWI Test forward and Melbourne Storm enforcer Kevin Proctor has revealed a long-term dream that looks set to cut his NRL career short. 

Proctor, one of the game’s premier back-rowers has declared to RLW that he would certainly be prepared to give rugby a go which could very well lead him on a path to representing the All Blacks.

The 27-year-old’s contract at the Storm is set to expire at the end of 2018 and admits that that would be the perfect time to go back to playing the 15-man game.

“I loved my rugby union growing up. I played that pretty much my whole life, until I was 16, 17 and then made the transition,” Proctor says.

“It was really good and I’d probably like that to be my second option.

“I wouldn’t mind giving it a crack, eh? Just because I grew up with it so much and I know the game so well.

“I suppose you could leave that to my manager to try and help me find a club somewhere . . . I wouldn’t mind having a go at something like that.”

In eight seasons at the Storm, Proctor has managed 22 tries from 155 appearances.

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