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The Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs have agreed to release forward Grant Millington from the remainder of his playing contract to allow him to take up a two year deal with English Super League club Castleford.
Millington, who turned 25 on November 1, will relocate to the UK as soon as his visa arrangements are finalised. He will continue to train with the Bulldogs until such arrangements are complete.
The hard working forward joined the Bulldogs from the Cronulla Sharks prior to the start of the 2011 NRL season, playing six matches during the year to take his overall career tally to 55 first grade games.
Bulldogs chief executive Todd Greenberg says Millington goes with the Club's full blessing.