Quinlan Wants More

ADAM Quinlan admits his debut was a dream but now all he wants to do is focus on this week’s game at Warrington.

The 22-year-old bagged a treble in the win over Huddersfield to cap a fairly busy week.

He arrived from Parramatta on Monday and trained the same day before his landmark bow.

“It was a dream debut but I think the ball just bounced my way,” he said. “I never expected that at all coming in. More importantly we got the two points and the victory.

“Credit to the lads, they created the opportunities for me and I got on the back of them.”

Adam signed in from the Eels after making his first grade debut for St George in 2013.

He hadn’t appeared for his club this season and once Saints made the call he opted to make the switch.

“The club asked me if I wanted to come over for the rest of the season and when I looked at the opportunity it was pretty much a no brainer,” he said. “It happened quickly, I was here in a week and then I was playing.

“A few people have told me I am the seventh full back at the club this year – hopefully I will be the last one.

“Everyone has been very welcoming and my first game went well. The atmosphere was outstanding too and I’m really excited to be here for the rest of the season.

“Huddersfield came here to play but our D wasn’t where it needs to be. We are looking to turn it around this week.

“I know there are things I could have done better in my first game and I’m working on that too.

“It will be a tough game but we will come in prepared.”

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