Mason set for Huddersfield exit

Huddersfield prop Keith Mason is set to leave the John Smith’s Stadium, with Bradford and Wakefield touted as possible destinations.

Mason, 30, has spent the past seven seasons with the Giants, but has been told he is not part of coach Paul Anderson‘s plans for 2013.

The former Wales international tweeted: “I would just like to say thank you to all the Giants fans for the past 7 seasons, made my job alot easier, it’s much appreciated, thank you.”

The Dewsbury-born forward has made more than 150 appearances for the Giants since arriving from Castleford.

He started his career with Wakefield back in 2000, before spending a year in the NRL with Melbourne Storm, where he made four appearances.

A possible reunion with former Huddersfield head coach, Nathan Brown, at St Helens, a place where Mason spent three seasons earlier in his career, appears to have been ruled out.

Huddersfield have signed a number of new props for 2013, including Stuart Fielden from Wigan, Ukuma Ta’ai from New Zealand Warriors and Anthony Mullally from Widnes.

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