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  •   Home > News > Sports > Rugby League

    Another member of the Kiwis' 2008 world cup winning squad has decided to hang up his boots

    Another member of the Kiwis' 2008 world cup winning squad has decided to hang up his boots

    - article from www.rugbyleague.co.nz

    Thirty three test winger Jason Nightingale has announced he's retiring at the
    end of the NRL season.

    Nightingale made his Kiwis debut in 2008 and played one game at the world
    cup, after being called in as a replacement.

    He's played all 265 of his first grade games for the Dragons and scored two
    tries in their grand final win over the Roosters in 2010.

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