Rugby League legend Sinfield reveals career highlight
Leeds captain Kevin Sinfield explains his career highlight as he prepares to switch codes to play rugby union.
Leeds captain Kevin Sinfield has described the final game of his rugby league career with, a 22-20 Grand Final win over Wigan at Old Trafford, being a highlight.
The 35-year-old, who moves to rugby union with Yorkshire Carnegie next month, has skippered Leeds to seven Super League titles and two Challenge Cup wins.
The 35-year-old, who moves to rugby union with Yorkshire Carnegie next month, has skippered Leeds to seven Super League titles and two Challenge Cup wins, as well as the highest points-scorer in Leeds Rhinos history and the highest points-scorer in Super League history.
“I’d have to say because of the season we’ve had, because the club has never won a treble before it’d have to be (the win over Wigan),” he said.
“From a team perspective and a club perspective it all came together. It was really, really special.”
“Knowing it was the third of three trophies in one season which is unprecedented for this club, it’d have to be that,” he added.
This clip is from 5 live Sport, Sunday 11 October 2015.