Sam Ayoub‘s clients Nick Cotric, Jordan Rapana, Aidan Sezer, etc. were part of this report on NRL.com by Mark Gately. Read the full article here
Sam Ayoub‘s client Canberra Raider Nick Cotric retells the moment he got eight stiches after copping a boot to his nose in their qualifying final victory Watch the video on https://www.nrl.com.
He blacked out for a second and then the blood gushed all over his hands. Sam Ayoub‘s client Nick Cotric says this in this report on The Canberra Times by David Polkinghorne, “I just remember I blacked out and my nose was busted all up, it was all swollen,” Cotric said. “I just got a big slice there so my
Sam Ayoub‘s client Raiders winger Nick Cotric’s finals cqampaign is in doubt after he suffered a broken nose against the Storm. The Canberra winger copped a boot to his head while attempting to tackle Storm fullback Ryan Papenhuyzen, with blood gushing from face. Read the full story on Fox Sports by Mark St John. Click here
He’s done more in his 67 NRL games than most players manage to fit into an entire career and [Sam Ayoub‘s client] Nick Cotric knows Canberra are just three good games away from their ultimate goal. In the article by Scott Hazlewood on NRL.com, Cotric says, “It’s been a pretty crazy season but I’m just excited now,” Cotric told NRL.com.
From the high of an Origin debut to the low of being the only player sent off this season, 2019 has been a rollercoaster ride for Canberra’s Nick Cotric [Sam Ayoub‘s client]. Fatima Kdouh of The Australian writes, While his side’s season has been on an upward trajectory, Cotric has faced unforeseen turns including his first serious injury and suspension.
Finals experience is a rare commodity for some players in Canberra, but Nick Cotric [Sam Ayoub‘s client] is hoping his first stint as a State of Origin player earlier this season has prepared him mentally for the play-off pressure cooker. In the article on NRL.com written by Scott Hazlewood, Cotric said, “A big crowd like that, it’s a high-pressure game
Sam Ayoub‘s client Canberra young gun Nick Cotric will channel his first State of Origin experience to handle a raucous atmosphere when Cronulla’s faithful farewell club legend Paul Gallen on home soil. Eamonn Tiernan of Newcastle Herald tells this story, Cotric said he was braced to encounter the most hostile crowd of his burgeoning career – outside of Origin –
Sam Ayoub‘s client Canberra centre Nick Cotric admits his third NRL season has been his most tumultuous but the young gun said it had also been a “massive learning curve” ahead of his first finals series. In the article written by Eamonn Tiernan on Yahoo Sport, Cotric said, “It’s been a bit full on this year, everything has been happening
Sam Ayoub‘s client Origin winger Nick Cotric was benched for the final 13 minutes against Melbourne due to his fitness but says he is now feeling 100 per cent with the finals looming. “The last few weeks has been just getting my match fitness back. Bailey [Simonsson] did a good job in the last 10 minutes too and Papa [Josh