All players know when it is the right time to retire and that is a decision that Bryce Gibbs has made, with the NRL veteran calling time on his NRL career.
Playing for just 2 clubs his entire career – the Wests Tigers and Cronulla Sharks – the 197-game veteran will retire knowing it is the right decision for him.
He represented the City Origin side on four occasions and was quick to thank everyone that he was involved in, especially Tim Sheens for giving him an opportunity.
“I’ve decided to hit the eject button on my NRL career,” said Gibbs.
“I’ve had a great 12 years and would like to thank all the boys I’ve played with and Sheensy [Tim Sheens] for giving me a go when I was 18.”
Despite retiring from the NRL, it will not be the last that we see of Gibbs, as he looks forward to playing the game he loves elsewhere.
“Still going to play somewhere because the game I love gave me everything,” said Gibbs.