Super League winner Anthony Mullally has announced his retirement from the sport with immediate effect.

31,years old Mullally became Cornwall RLFC's first ever signing ahead of the 2022 League 1 campaign.

The experienced forward was part of Leeds' 2017 Grand Final winning side. He made his professional debut with Widnes in 2009 after spending time

with the Brisbane Broncos under-20s. He joined Huddersfield in 2013 and moved to Leeds in 2016 He was named on the bench

in their Grand Final victory over Castleford the following season. Mullally also spent time at Toronto Wolfpack and AS Carcassonne

before becoming Cornwall RLFC's first ever signing in December 2021. The forward represented Ireland at the 2013 and 2017 Rugby League World Cups.

Anthony Mullally announces retirement via social media "I've retired from rugby now," Mullaly shared on his Instagram. “A sport that has given me so much,

memories I will cherish forever, taught me endless lessons about myself, perseverance, discipline and patience.