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Fulton today said, "I'm excited to continue my career with Wests Tigers, the Club and staff have been really supportive of me and I've learnt a great deal under the guidance of Tim Sheens and his staff".
Fulton signed with the Western Suburbs Magpies SG Ball side in 2001, captained the Side to a Premiership in 2002, and became part of the Wests Tigers full time Squad in 2004. During this time Fulton has made many representative sides including- NSW Schoolboys in 2002, Australian Schoolboys in 2002 and Junior Kangaroos in 2003.
"Playing with the likes of Mark O'Neill has taught me a great deal about the game both on and off the field. When I first joined the Full Time Squad Mark provided me with an insight into many areas of Rugby League I had not yet experienced, and I am grateful for the knowledge and for sight he has provided me", said Fulton.
Fulton is one of many up and coming junior players Wests Tigers has developed into an NRL Grade Player.
"As a Club we have always made it clear that sustained success comes from our junior ranks, to be a consistently strong side we must develop players from an early age if we are to compete with other Clubs".
"Retaining players like Liam is a positive step forward for Wests Tigers", said CEO Steve Noyce.