“My fastest 100m is a bit under 11 seconds,” he said, “I don’t think Turbo expected to be beaten and I reckon there was definitely a bit of embarrassment there,” Harry said, “I didn’t see much of him after the race and he just walked off in the opposite direction.”
Trbojevic has played just 19 games in the last two years with a chronic left hamstring injury but the latest damage was done to the “good hamstring”, keeping him out of action for at least the opening month of the 2021 NRL season.
He’s admitted to “being an idiot” but denies the “dumb” race caused his latest hamstring injury, telling a press conference it happened when he slipped on tiles in the bathroom.
“I understand how it looks, I did some dumb stuff Saturday night, but I promise you I hurt the hammy the next morning,” Trbojevic said. “I was having a few drinks and being an idiot on the Corso.”
19-year-old Harry refused to confirm rumours he’s been approached by at least one NRL club, keen to sign him up after his lightning quick performance.
“My mates are all pretty fired up knowing that I torched Tommy Turbo,” Harry said, “I don’t really believe it myself.”