If you’re good enough, you’re young enough.
At least that appears to be the view of 33-year-old Sharks forward Luke Lewis, who has told News that he’s “definitely not going to retire”.
Lewis reportedly has sat down with his wife, and they determined that he’s going to play on, whether that be at Cronulla or elsewhere.
Lewis indicated that he wouldn’t head to England – “I don’t think I’ll go overseas, to be brutally honest” – making him a potential target for NRL clubs needing a quality forward, in the event that the Sharks are unable to table a competitive offer.
In that event, Lewis might be a great target for the Knights, who’ve made no secret that they require help in the forwards.
Lewis has played 291 first grade games for Cronulla and Penrith, 17 Origins for New South Wales, and 16 Tests for Australia. Last year he won his second premiership, adding to his 2003 title with the Panthers.