He has been a staple of the Wests Tigers NSW Cup side for a few years now but the time is right for Jarred Farlow to make the move abroad.
Farlow will move to French rugby league side Lezignian Sangliers and the Leichhardt Wanderers junior is excited about the opportunity.
“A couple of the boys I know have gone over there [to France] and said the standard is pretty good,” said Farlow.
“Hopefully I can help the guys in the team now achieve their goals.”
The club is one that means a lot to Farlow and he is disappointed to leave.
“It’s hard to leave Wests Tigers,” said Farlow.
“I told the boys last week that I was going to go and it was one of the hardest things I’ve had to do. I made my debut here so the Club holds a special place in my heart and it’s definitely hard to go.”
With the French competition to end during the NSW Cup competition, Farlow says that if his body holds up, he will consider returning to the Tigers.
“The French competition does finish before June 30 next year, though, so if the body holds up, there’s always a chance I’ll be back next year,” he said.
“The future’s definitely bright for the Club here and hopefully the fans can stick by the Club and enjoy the good times that I’m sure aren’t too far away.”