Presented By. Blake Austin is back in the NRL's shopfront window two years after knocking back a lucrative Raiders extension, adamant he and his family have struck a priceless commodity in England. Austin has been brought into Wayne Bennett's World Nines squad and is eyeing a similar call-up to Great Britain thanks to his maternal grandmother's English upbringing. The year-old has been superb in his first season of a three-year contract with Warrington and polled third in Super League's man-of-steel voting. His strong form in the UK has seen Austin already touted as a possible playmaking solution for several clubs with questions around their scrumbase like Brisbane and the Gold Coast.
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Blake Austin born 1 February is a professional rugby league footballer who plays as a stand-off for the Warrington Wolves in the Super League. He has also represented England at 9s. He is of English descent through his grandmother. A Doonside Roos junior, Austin was also a baseballer and sprinter as a child. He won a brand new Holden Jackaroo , which his parents sold in order to move out of a Doonside housing commission and into their own home in Mount Druitt.
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Parramatta-born Austin, 28, has 19 tries in 24 games for the Wolves and is England-qualified by virtue of his parental grandmother. The former Canberra, Penrith and Wests Tigers half played three games for Portugal earlier in his career. He is the only new face in the England EPS set-up. The EPS is designed to give Super League-based players opportunities to get together, train and build relationships. The Olympic coach who vanished before facing trial.