What Ship are you talking about @The Wheel ???I would be shipping firstly Fulton then Condon out before the Lawman - always gives 110% when not injured.
I think you totally missed the boat here feathered friend
You should start reading the Great Cuzzos articles
Zac Fulton keen to capitalise on more NRL opportunitiesAuthorWayne Cousins
With a new two-year deal behind him, Zac Fulton is determined to capitalise on every opportunity that comes his way in season 2023.
The 21-year-old lock/second-rower made a stunning NRL debut against the Sydney Roosters
at 4 Pines Park last July after having progressed through the successful Manly Warringah Sea Eagles Pathways Academy.
Fulton showed what is capable of at NRL level
through his seven runs for 45 metres in between producing some bone-crunching tackles in an impressive 28 minutes.
He also didn't back down from some friendly fire with Roosters enforcer Jared Waerea-Hargreaves
much to the delight of the Manly faithful.
Fulton was rewarded for his efforts in 2022 by claiming the club’s Jake Trbojevic Rising Star award and the Jersey Flegg Best and Fairest award.
An old-fashioned style of player, Fulton is a hard-working, driven and aggressive lock with a willingness to succeed, yet off the field is a laid-back character who enjoys a laugh.
Although happy with his ‘breakout’ season, Fulton is out to impress new Head Coach Anthony Seibold as he looks to crack into a very strong Manly pack.
"Zac is a hard worker who is right at the beginning of his career,'' Seibold said.
"There's no fuss about him. You know what you are going to get every single day he turns up to training. What we want to see from Zac is continual growth and improvement in his game."
Maroon Blood on Debut
Zac Fultons 210 % effort in his Gritty battle against Roosters Hardman JWH
Picture compliments Manly Media