The Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks’ halfback Nicho Hynes partner Morgan Belier is a topic of interest among his football fans, although little is known about their romance. Continue reading to learn more about his family and dating history.
Halfback for the Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks in the NRL is Australian professional rugby league footballer Nicholas Hynes, who had previously participated in National Rugby League games as a fullback for the Melbourne Storm.
In order to continue competing in the Queensland Cup, the footballer signed a contract with the Melbourne Storm in 2019 and transferred to their feeder team Sunshine Coast Falcons.
Nicholas made his NRL debut for the Melbourne Storm against South Sydney on August 11, 2019. In front of family and friends, he made his professional debut at Central Coast Stadium in his hometown. Wade Hynes, his older brother, awarded him with his Melbourne shirt (cap number 198).
Nicho Hynes Partner Morgan Belier
The rugby player is presently seeing nurse-by-vocation Morgan Belier as per several reports. Although they have been said to be dating for some time, there has been no word of marriage. Morgan, who is said to be a nurse and entrepreneur in the beauty industry, is seen hugging him in a photo that he uploaded from last year.
However, there is not much additional news about their relationship or any current updates. The athlete surprised the internet with his “Friends with Benefits” response when asked about his connection with Belier, even though he hasn’t yet clarified the circumstances surrounding their relationship.
Nicho Hynes Dating Timeline
Apart from his relationship with his supposed girlfriend Morgan, there is no news of him being romantically involved with any other people.
But in 2021, he was rumored to have been dating a man of the same sex. After a picture of him with a male buddy was misconstrued by followers online, he was forced to clarify his sexual orientation.
The athlete shared a picture of himself and a male friend holding the former Melbourne Storm player in his arms on Instagram. Then 25-year-old titled the picture “my guy,” which prompted a barrage of encouraging replies from followers who ostensibly believed they were dating.
Later, he modified the caption to “best mate” before revealing his sexual orientation. “Hey guys, I want to knock something on the head that has been brought to my attention over the last 24 hours,” the footballer wrote on Thursday.
The football athlete shared a picture of their best friend, with whom they have been friends for 25 years. He further stated that his friend has been dating their partner for more than eight years and that he is only interested in women and the same goes for the athlete.
Nicho Hynes Family
Hynes, who is of Scottish and indigenous Australian Wiradjuri origin, was born in Gosford, New South Wales, Australia. Regarding his family, there is, however, no information accessible.
However, he frequently posts images of his sister and niece on Instagram along with a note that he loves them dearly. The athlete attended Brisbane Water Secondary College in Central Coast, New South Wales, where she was raised and educated.
Before joining the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, he played junior rugby league with the Umina Beach Bunnies and Woy Woy Roosters.
The athlete played 42 Queensland Cup games with the Mackay Cutters over the course of the following two seasons (2017–18), after signing with the Manly–Warringah Sea Eagles NYC club in 2015. At the time, he was also working as a teacher’s assistant in a Mackay elementary school.
James made his club debut for Cronulla-Sutherland in their 24-19 loss to Canberra during the 2022 NRL season. He was chosen by New South Wales to participate in the opening game of the 2022 State of Origin series as the 18th man.
In the Battle of the Beaches match against Manly, he scored two tries to help his team win 40-6. He made his comeback for Cronulla in their 40-8 victory over rivals St. George Illawarra in round four of the 2023 NRL season. To stay at Cronulla through the end of the 2029 season, he signed a five-year contract extension.
Hynes led Cronulla to a 44-6 victory over North Queensland in the ninth round of the 2023 NRL season with one try and eight goals. Following the game, he received the first Paul Green medal.