Winger Ryan Hall has played his last game for Leeds after being ruled out for the rest of the season through injury.
Hall, 30, suffered an ACL injury in Saturday’s win over Toulouse at Headingley.
It means he will finish his career at the Rhinos with 233 tries in 330 appearances before moving Down Under to the NRL and Sydney Roosters for 2019.
Leeds Director of Rugby, Kevin Sinfield, said: “This is desperately disappointing news for Ryan first and foremost.
“He has been a big player for the squad this season and I know how much he wanted to help the side during our Qualifiers campaign to make sure he finished his time at the club on the best possible note.
“He is a complete professional, who looks after himself, and I am sure he will fully recover from this set back.
“Our medical team will be in touch with the Roosters to ensure Ryan has the best possible support to get back to playing as soon as possible. In the meantime, Ryan knows he has the backing of everyone here at the Rhinos.”
Hall, who made his debut back in 2007, is a six time Super League champion and was the Lance Todd Trophy winner when the Rhinos won the Challenge Cup in 2014.
He has also won 38 caps for England, though the injury means he will sit out the international series against New Zealand this autumn.