UK bound Rabbitoh veteran Bryson Goodwin leases Oyster Bay home

UK bound Rabbitoh veteran Bryson Goodwin leases Oyster Bay home
UK bound Rabbitoh veteran Bryson Goodwin leases Oyster Bay home

The English Super League recruit, South Sydney Rabbitoh veteran Bryson Goodwin has leased his Oyster Bay home.

The versatile back is heading to the UK with wife, Jessica and their two children having spent the past 11 years in the NRL. 

He has signed a two-year deal with Super League club, Warrington Wolves.

“The plan was for me to go over on my own then come home for Christmas, but now we’re all coming,” he told the local UK paper, the Warrington Guardian

“We thought it would be a great adventure for us as a family. To get the chance to come over to England and play footy is a great privilege.”

Now he needs to change his Twitter page which says “live in Sydney! surfing, golf, reading, diving, fishing”.

The couple paid $728,000 for the three-bedroom home in 2013, after he joined the Redfern-based club. He was previously at the Bulldogs after starting his career at Cronulla in 2007. 

The rental property was recently marketed at $750 a week for either a six or 12-month lease through Chamber Fleming Professionals Padstow agent Jade Tavener. 

The couple also retain a Cronulla apartment which was bought in 2008. 

A son of Australian rugby league representative Ted Goodwin, Bryson was overlooked for selection in the Rabbitohs premiership winning campaign in 2014.

This article first appeared in The Sunday Telegraph.

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