Manly Warringah Sea Eagles forward Curtis Sironen (#592) will leave the Club at the end of this season to take up an exciting opportunity in the English Super League.
The 28-year-old second-rower, who was off contract with the Sea Eagles after this season, has decided to join St Helens on a two-year deal.
Sironen has played 130 NRL games including 65 matches for the Sea Eagles since joining the Club in 2017 from Wests Tigers where he debuted in 2012 as an 18-year-old.
“Curtis has been a fine player for our Club. He has given great service to Manly and is very popular with his team-mates as well as Sea Eagles Members,” said Manly CEO Stephen Humphreys.
“Curtis will continue to be an integral member of our squad as we head into the finals series. We thank Curtis for his fantastic contribution to the Club and wish him great success in the next chapter of his Rugby League journey.”