Carl Ablett to retire after outstanding career with Leeds


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Leeds ahead Carl Ablett has announced that he is to retire at the season’s close.
Considering making his debut in 2004 the rear rower, that has made over 300 appearances for the Rhinos, hasn’t played this year due to an ankle injury.
His decision was declared by ablett in Leeds’ awards night on Monday – if he and forwards Jamie Jones-Buchanan, who is also hanging his boots up, received particular presentations.
Ablett won seven Grand Finals, two rebounds Cups and two World Club Challenges, and he played with England at the 2013 World Cup.

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