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Dragons Hooker Luke Priddis has today announced he will retire from the game of rugby league at the end of the 2010 Telstra Premiership season after 14 seasons in First Grade.
Priddis, 33, has currently played 314 matches and is looking for the perfect farewell from the game, a third Premiership following success with Brisbane (2000) and Penrith (2003).
Earlier this season, Priddis became the first hooker in the history of the game to play 300 First Grade Games, an individual honour he ranks as highly as his Clive Churchill Medal in the 2003 Grand Final and representative selections with Country Origin, New South Wales and Australia.