Canterbury Bulldogs centre Kerrod Holland is set to retire at the end of the season, aged 27.
Holland has made 69 appearances for the Bulldogs since making his first-grade debut back in 2016.
Holland said: “My partner and I came to the decision about 12 weeks ago but I haven’t really told too many people.
“I’ve got a young family I didn’t have when I first started and it’s about to grow so it’s time to move past football.
"I'm going to enjoy the last couple of weeks while I can and play some good football with my teammates and a club that has supported me." – @KerrodHolland26 #proudtobeabulldog pic.twitter.com/5NwtmzwO0I
— Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs (@NRL_Bulldogs) September 2, 2020
“I’ve booked a removalist truck and I’ll be going home. I’ve got a couple of games to go and that will be my time up.
“I’m going to enjoy the last couple of weeks while I can and play some good football with my team-mates and a club that has supported me.
“I’m going to get back on the tools.”
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