Super Rugby: Carter Calls Time On His Beloved Waratahs

by Paul Cook - Waratahs centre Tom Carter has confirmed he is leaving at the end of the season after 10 years with New South Wales. The 29-year-old was coming to the end of the one year contract extension he signed in 2012 and with limited game time under Michael Cheika this year and no sign of a new offer, he has decided to take a few months' sabbatical from the game while he ponders his next move. "I'm not retiring, I'm just going to have a break," Carter told Rugby News. "I will play out the year at [club side] Sydney University and intend to play somewhere else next year." He ends his New South Wales career as the 17th most capped player in the state's history and the third most capped centre behind Nathan Grey and Cyril Towers. Making his state debut in Argentina in 2004, he wore
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