After twenty-one seasons playing at the top level, Steve Menzies will draw the curtain down on a stellar career that’s seen him play for Australia and the Exiles.
Menzies is due to turn 40 in December having started his career in 1993 playing 349 club games for Manly (including the now defunct Northern Eagles) before moving into the Super League where he played 57 games for the Bradford Bulls and 63 for current side Catalan Dragons. He represented New South Wales on twenty occasions between 1995 and 2006, going onto represent his country on nineteen occasions.
His try scoring record for a forward has been phenomenal. He is second leading try scorer of all time in Australian club matches with 180 tries. In the Super League he’s scored 56. A remarkable stat of scoring one try every two games.
He’s won premierships, World Cup and State of Origin series. The tributes will pour in for a gentleman of the game.
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