Another NRL favourite has announced that 2018 will be his last.
Sharks back-rower Luke Lewis has today confirmed his impending retirement, at the conclusion of this season.
After making his debut as a teenager in 2001, Lewis has gone on to forge a long and successful career, winning two premierships (so far), representing his state and country, and over that time successfully transitioned from a winger, into a half, then into a forward.
We love him.
Lewis has played 315 first grade games for the Sharks and Panthers, 17 Origins for New South Wales, and 16 Tests for Australia.