Super League – James Maloney: « I’m 35 and had enough » – Rugby League

Asked about his presence in the Super League Dream Team and still in the race for the title, James Maloney spoke about his retirement.

James Maloney will not be leaving for another Super League or NRL season and confirmed this to a reporter who asked him the question. The future Lézignan-Corbières player, who was named the Super League team of the year and in the race for the title with the Catalan Dragons, does not question his choice in any way. The Australian half let it be known when speaking to an English journalist who asked him if he had any regrets about quitting:

Not at all. It doesn’t happen fast enough to be honest. I am 35 years old and have had enough. I can’t wait to live my next life. I have a lot of motivation for the next two weeks but I’m not worried about my post-rugby life. I look forward to this change.

Maloney hopes to leave with the best outing gift which would be a first league title with the Catalan Dragons and let it be known that he will do everything in his power to finish well.

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