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St George Illawarra Dragons co-captain Ben Creagh reveals his thoughts and views on the season as part of the overall player season review.

Creagh, 31, made the decision late in the season to retire from rugby league after 270 first-grade games at season's end and departs as the second most-capped first-grade player in the Club's history, behind only previous captain Ben Hornby (273).

The local University of Wollongong junior played 14 seasons but sustained a complex knee injury in Round 3 against the South Sydney Rabbitohs at the Sydney Cricket Ground which limited him to only three first-grade fixtures this campaign.