With just 6 NRL games to his name, Jack Gosiewski will want to build on that and he will have the chance to do so with Manly after joining the club for the 2018 season.
Previously a captain of the Souths 2016 NYC team, Gosiewski made his debut in 2016 and was mildly impressive.
With a change of clubs and a chance for more opportunity, Gosiewski will want to make the most of the chances with the club pleased to have signed a talented back-rower for depth.
“We are pleased to have secured Jack as part of our full-time squad for the 2018 season,’’ said Sea Eagles Chief Operating Officer, Neil Bare.
“We wish him every success in the development of his NRL playing career with the Sea Eagles.”
Scott Fulton, one of Manly’s regional scouts, praised the signing of Gosiewski and expects him to challenge for first-grade.
“Jack is an edge back-rower who weighs almost 100 kilos. He will provide extra depth for us in that position and has come to Manly looking for an opportunity,’’ Fulton said.
“I would be expecting him to play a fair bit of first grade next year given an opportunity in the pre-season.”