After two years of travelling up and down the Olympic Highway, Albury halfback Cameron Breust is still weighing up his options.
The Wagga-based playmaker is yet to confirm where he’ll be playing football next season with the hours on the road taking its toll.
The 24-year-old has spent the last two years on the border, after linking with the club from his return from Sydney.
The Kangaroos junior has spoken to a number of clubs about next season with a potential coaching role being discussed.
“I’m not 100 per cent at the moment,” Breust said.
“I would love to stay at Albury but the travel side of things with the work that I do is pretty heavy.”
Breust is a regional sales manager and already spends hours on the road for work.
He’s discussed a potential coaching role with Lithgow but doesn’t think he has the time to commit to the position.
Unlike in previous years, the Thunder are not expected to be busy on the recruitment front.
Chris Seaton has announced his retirement, again, while his brother Mitch is contemplating a switch to Australian rules but apart from that there has been very little player movement.
“We’re been very quiet so far and will probably stay that way,” president Rick O’Connell said.
“As far as I’m aware the majority are staying.”
Hooker Adam Coote is another who is potentially leaving while Levi Freeman’s future with the club is up is the air.
Freeman is currently serving a nine-month jail term for a one-punch attack in Canberra before linking with the Albury club.
The 26-year-old was found guilty of causing grievous bodily harm to Matthew Pridham after he threw a punch that caused him permanent brain injuries.
The Thunder were aware of the incident before Freeman arrived at the club and have left the door option for a potential return once his sentence, which started in September, has been served.
“Levi certainly had work, had fitted in well and everything was going really well for him so that is a decision he has lot of time to think about,” O’Connell.
“I know he is close to a number of the players so they will probably go visit him a few times, see where he is out and go from there.”
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