Rugby league legend James Graham admits he still can’t believe the circumstances in which he finished his career a week on from St Helens’ miraculous Super League grand final victory.
Graham farewelled rugby league after St Helens defeated Wigan in a thrilling match last week that saw Jack Welsby score a last-second try off a deflected field goal.
For 35-year-old Graham it was the perfect end to a storied career that started all the way back in 2003 for St. Helens.
Overall, he amassed 474 matches of rugby league across his time at St. Helens, Canterbury, St. George and playing for Great Britain and England.
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But he admits not one of those matches comes close to rivalling St. Helens’ 2020 title win for the best moment of his career.
Speaking with Andrew Voss on SEN, Graham reflected