Sam Moa has become the latest Catalans Dragons player to leave the club.
The 34-year-old has spent the past four years at the club since signing from Sydney Roosters, making over 90 appearances and scoring eight tries.
He was also part of the Dragons’ side that won the Challenge Cup at Wembley in 2018.
He joins several other players in leaving the club, including long-serving prop Remi Casty, Papua New Guinea international David Mead and French halfback Lucas Albert.
“I have enjoyed every moment in this jersey and there has been some hard times but also some moments I will cherish forever,” Moa said. “I hope I have represented my family, the club and it’s supporters well. I’m looking forward to the next chapter of my life.”
Catalans head coach Steve McNamara added: “Sam’s contribution to the Catalans Dragons over the four seasons he has played has been immense. He has been vital in improving the standards on and off the field.
“He joined a club that fought off relegation by winning the Million Pound Game and finishes it with the team back in the play-offs for the first time since 2014, whilst being part of the first ever Catalans team to win its inaugural trophy at Wembley in 2018.
“As a player his on field record speaks for itself but his attitude, professionalism, honesty and ability to unite a group off off the field surpasses those achievements. He is the best clubman I have had the fortune to work with and he leaves the club in a far healthier position than when he arrived.”