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At the end of 2015 Idris took a break from his sporting career. In 2016, he temporarily left rugby and took a trip around the world, in which he visited Europe and India, opened an orphanage in Ghana and joined Group 3 Rugby League club Wingham Tigers.
In Round 1 against the North Queensland Cowboys, Idris made his club debut for the Gold Coast Titans, scoring the opening try for the Titans season. Idris scored 2 tries in the Titans 18–0 win at 1300SMILES Stadium. Due to form and injury, Idris saw one of his less effective seasons to date. After consecutive years of making representative football, Idris didn’t see a representative jumper in 2012. He finished the year with 5 tries from 20 matches.
On 27 October 2016, Idris signed a one-year deal with the Wests Tigers after one-year break from the NRL. Lacking recent experience, he played the opening games of the season from the bench, playing at centre when he took the field. In round 5, he made his debut in the starting side. On 9 May 2017, it was revealed that Idris would be ruled out for the season with a ruptured ACL Injury which he suffered at training. On 19 October 2017, Idris announced on social media that he would be retiring due to injury, after 136 games across 4 different clubs.
Early into the 2011 NRL season, Idris was rumoured to have received contract offers from the Newcastle Knights and Gold Coast Titans. On 12 April, Idris signed a five-year deal with the Gold Coast Titans, starting from 2012. Weeks later, Idris was selected for Australia, debuting against New Zealand in the 2011 ANZAC Test playing off the interchange bench and scoring a try in the Kangaroos 20–10 win at Cbus Super Stadium. Idris played in 23 matches and scored 6 tries his last year with the Bulldogs.Jamal has a kid
Idris scored two tries in the Bulldogs 60–14 win over the Sydney Roosters in round 3, and a month later had a man of the match performance in Round 7 against the Brisbane Broncos. Idris was rewarded with a centre spot in the NSW Country Origin team. After a strong performance for Country, including a try in the 36–18 win over City Origin, he was named on the interchange bench for the New South Wales State of Origin team for Game I of the 2010 series scoring a try in the 28–24 loss. Idris was dropped for the second match but was named the 18th man. In September, he was named in the train-on squad for Australia in the 2010 Four Nations tournament, but didn’t make the final 24-man squad. Idris finished the season with 22 matches and 10 tries.
On 29 September, Idris was the victim of an attack by his cousin whilst in Forster for a family reunion. His 20-year-old cousin, Beau Currie, later pleaded guilty to striking Idris’ neck with a samurai sword and was sentenced to 18 months in jail with a non-parole period of 14 months. Idris was not seriously injured and made a return to the Bulldogs for the start of the 2011 NRL season.
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