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17:27  06 july  2018
17:27  06 july  2018 Source:   wwos.ninemsn.com.au

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Thaiday today did a community visit to a Wesley Mission Queensland retirement village, Wheller On The Park, in the Brisbane suburb of Chermside. After nearly 300 NRL games, 29 Origin matches and 32 Tests for the Kangaroos, the next chapter of Thaiday ' s professional life beckons.

Brisbane forward Sam Thaiday has announced he will retire from the NRL at the end of the 2018 season.

And in typical Thaiday fashion, he has found a unique way to make the announcement.

At a community visit to a retirement village in the Brisbane suburb of Chermside, Thaiday dressed up as an old man, complete with walking stick, wig and slippers.

“I’ve always been a bit different in everything I’ve done – but I’ve always been true to myself and done things my way,” said Thaiday.

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“So this is my way of being remembered.

a man smiling for the camera: Brisbane forward Sam Thaiday has announced he will retire at the end of the 2018, bringing down the curtain on a glittering career. © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd Brisbane forward Sam Thaiday has announced he will retire at the end of the 2018, bringing down the curtain on a glittering career.

“Because if you don’t remember my incredible rugby league resume, how are you going to forget that footy player that announced his retirement dressed up as himself as an old man?”

Thaiday, 33, will hang up the boots after 16 seasons with the Broncos, that’s seen him play nearly 300 NRL games, 29 Origin matches and 32 Test matches for Australia.

A member of Brisbane's 2006 premiership winning side, his State of Origin career spanned the entirety of Queensland's dominant era where the Maroons won 11 series in 12 years. 

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“I've been lucky enough to be a Bronco for 16 seasons, and played for my State and my country,” Thaiday said.

“I've seen the game change – from 12 to eight interchanges, from one to two referees, to the bunker, live streaming, and the effect of social media.

“I'm definitely one of the lucky ones who has turned a fun game I played as a kid into a job I love as an adult.

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“But my time has come.

“Thank you all for the support throughout my career thus far, and of course for the rest of the season.”

In 2008 Thaiday was named in the Indigenous Team of the Century. Alongside Greg Inglis and Johnathan Thurston, he was one of only three active players named in the 17.

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