Former Featherstone Rovers and Bradford Bulls half-back Dane Chisholm has announced his retirement from professional rugby league.
Chisholm won four caps for France on the international stage, qualifying to represent the European nation via family heritage.
“Decided to hang the boots up professionally,” Chisholm posted on X. “What a ride that was.
“I’ve made mates for life, travelled the world but most of all got to meet my beautiful wife and have my amazing kids.
“Thanks to everyone who made the journey such a good one. Onto the next phase.”
Decided to hang the boots up professionally.
What a ride that was.
I’ve made mates for life , Traveled the world but most of all got to meet my beautiful wife and have my amazing kids.
Thanks to everyone who made the journey such a good one.
Onto the next phase ✌️
— Dane Chisholm (@dane_chisholm) January 10, 2024
Dane Chisholm hangs up his boots at the age of 33
After spending time in the systems at Melbourne, Wests Tigers and Canterbury Bulldogs, Chisholm made the move over to England in 2015, joining Hull KR on loan, scoring three tries in seven games for the Robins.
After appearing for Featherstone on loan, Chisholm then made his move to Post Office Road a permanent one.
The former NRL man finished his career back at Featherstone, playing six games for Rovers last season. Back in October, Rovers announced that Chisholm was one of 17 players leaving the club following their failure to gain promotion to Super League.
And now, Chisholm has now decided to call time on his career and move on to the next chapter of his life.