Scott Prince to retire from NRL duties


Former Test and Queensland halfback Scott Prince has announced he will retire at the end of Brisbane's NRL season.

After playing for four clubs over 16 seasons, plus representing Queensland and Australia, Prince says this is the right time to hang up his boots.

The 33-year-old started his career with the North Queensland Cowboys in 1998 and has had had two short stints with the Broncos as well as making his name with Wests Tigers and the Gold Coast Titans.

Scot Prince in action for Broncos. Getty Images
It was at the Tigers, partnering Benji Marshall in the halves, where Prince achieved his NRL highlight, steering the team to the 2005 NRL premiership."It's been an incredible, massive journey and one I've been very honoured and proud to take part in," Prince said.

"Now is the right time and I've done all I can accomplish on the field."

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