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London Broncos captain Jim Dymock has today announced that he will retire from playing at the end of the season.
The former Kangaroo has played over two hundred top flight games in the NRL, including 112 for his former club Parramatta, and will make his 100th appearance for London Broncos this Sunday.
Jim?s professional career started at Western Suburbs in 1991 where he played two seasons before joining Canterbury Bulldogs in 1993. In his final year with the Bulldogs he was awarded the Clive Churchill Medal in Canterbury?s 1995 premiership winning team. Jim then linked with Parramatta Eels where he enjoyed five seasons before heading for London in 2001.
Coach Tony Rea speaks highly of his skipper: ?Jim?s been great for this club.?
His decisions on and off the pitch have always been the right ones and that is why he is such a valued member of the club.?
He?s been an ambassador for the game worldwide. I know Sunday?s landmark will be another special moment for him and the club.?
?The time is right,? said Jim. ?I?ve had some great times in the game. It?s been good to me and I?ve worked and played with many good people.?
We?ve really enjoyed our time here in London and we will miss the place.?
London Broncos v Wakefield Trinity Wildcats at Griffin Park ? 3pm Sunday 29th August.
For further information see http://www.londonbroncos.co.uk