Sky is the limit for “new” flyhalf Tayler Adams

Individually, 2017 couldn't have gone much better for West Harbour and NSW Country Eagles flyhalf Tayler Adams. The New Zealand born playmaker had a breakout Shute Shield season for the Pirates this year, winning the Ken Catchpole medal as the competition’s best player, before earning the starting Eagles No.10 jersey for this year’s NRC. Not bad for a 23-year old who only really started playing flyhalf two years ago. “I played a little bit of 10 in high school but I was signed at Southland as a halfback. I played all my footy in New Zealand at No.9 and came to Australia as a No.9, but then in my first year at West Harbour they shifted me to flyhalf and I went from there,” Adams told Rugby News. “Growing up, my favourite player was Dan Carter so I always liked the idea of playing No.10. It means I can kick on the go, attack the line and control the game a lot more and I think that suits my game.” After growing up in Auckland, Adams signed a development contrac
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