Just in case you wondering if struggling Titans forward Bryce Cartwright might be returning home to Penrith, we have an answer for you: no.
According to the Western Weekender, the Titans were indeed “keen to broker a deal” to send Cartwright (and his healthy contract) back to the foot of the mountains, but were greeted with a polite ‘no returns’.
There reportedly is a clause in Cartwright’s contract that says the Panthers must be offered first opportunity in the event that he gets released, but given his struggles since arriving on the Gold Coast, you can understand why they’d decline.
Cartwright has most recently been linked to the Sea Eagles, but that’s gone quiet of late, too. It would appear that for the time being at least, Cartwright will remain at the Titans.
Cartwright has played 80 first grade games for the Titans and Panthers.