St George prop announces retirement

Last updated 21:55 08/11/2012
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RETIRING: Josh Miller has announced the end of his league career.

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St George Illawarra prop Josh Miller has announced his retirement from rugby league, ending a nine-year NRL  career that spanned two clubs and 122 games.

Miller started with Canberra in 2004 and then joined the Dragons on a two-year contract in 2012.However, the club confirmed that the 28-year-old had decided to retire on the recommendation of recent advice by club medical staff.

Miller was noted as a fearless hitman throughout his career that  resulted in a string of concussions, while he underwent minor ankle surgery in September.

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