Leeds Rhinos forward Kylie Leuluai has insisted regardless of what happens on Saturday night, his final season as a player has been one to remember.
Leeds stand within one win of creating history and winning the first ever treble in their history, but Leuluai already has plenty of memories he insists he’ll hold dear forever no matter whether they beat Wigan or not at Old Trafford.
“The whole year has been a highlight,” he said. Winning the Challenge Cup and then beating Huddersfield, followed on by beating St Helens, it’s been a year to remember. There’s memories in there which I’ll savour forever.
“It’ll be a huge occasion, not only for players but for the fans in attendance as well.”
Leuluai admitted though, that if Leeds win on Saturday, it will be a “fairytale” ending to his career.
“It’s a fairytale, isn’t it.
“But they don’t always come true, it’s easier said than done to do it because there’s a lot of hard work ahead and a process which needs to be accomplished on Saturday night.”