When the whistle went at the end of Leeds final game of the season against New Zealand, Brad Dwyer also signed off from the Rhinos.
The versatile hooker spent five seasons with Leeds but will be moving on in 2023 to Hull FC.
Dwyer has gone on to make 120 appearances in the blue and amber and has turned himself into one of the better hooker is Super League who will be a welcome addition to a Hull side who have also added Jake Trueman to their ranks.
Speaking to Leeds Rhinos YouTube, Dwyer how much his time at the club has meant to him.
“Been the best time of my life. Its been great. Its been difficult at times on and off the field. But I’ve just loved it, its been like home to me.
“It an occasion to play here and that will stay with me and forever be grateful for that. Just very fortunate.”
He also expressed his gratitude to the Leeds fans for how they have treated him during his stay.
“It’s a two way thing, I feed off them and they see I have a dig and that’s all they ask for.
“It’s made my time here, it’s a very special club and the reception I’ve had coming as a bit of a nobody and it’s been a great five years.”
“That Headingley atmosphere is something else, it’s really special.”
Dwyer leaves Leeds with his 2020 Challenge Cup medal as he now joins a Hull FC side who suffered a poor 2022 season and will be looking to Dwyer for inspiration and improvement as they aim to make the playoffs.