Ennis to retire

NRL veteran Michael Ennis has announced his decision to retire at the end of the 2016 season.

Ennis has played 264 NRL games after breaking into first-grade with Newcastle in 2003.

The hooker has had stints with the Knights, Dragons, Broncos, Bulldogs and Sharks, and played eight games for NSW.

The 32-year old has an option on his contract to play another year, but said it was time to be a dad to his four kids.

“To have to say ‘no, no I can’t take you to the park. Dad’s got to stay at home and ice his leg’ or ‘dad can’t go there today, I’ve got training tomorrow’, It got to a certain point where I needed to make a decision around that,” he told radio station Triple M.

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