Pic: Drew Mitchell Bows Out Of Rugby With Classy Message On His Boots

The End.

Drew Mitchell played his final game of rugby last night, which unfortunately for him, ended in defeat to Clermont in the Top 14 final.

The Australian winger will go down in history as one of the most lethal finishers the game has ever seen. Mitchell spent four years at Toulon, winning a number of trophies with the French giants including a Champions Cup and Top 14.

He was called up to Michael Cheika’s Rugby World Cup 2015 squad thanks to the introduction of the ‘Giteau Law’ and went on to be one of the star performers at that tournament as the Wallabies reached the final.

Mitchell has now decided to hang up his boots at just 33 and we wish him all the best. A superb player and an even better character.

Jason Hennessy

Jason Hennessy

Jason is the editor at RugbyLAD. Any queries big or small you can reach him at [email protected]
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