Penrith prop Brent Kite announced his retirement from the game on Friday, officially bringing to an end a stellar 313 game NRL career. After making his debut for St George-Illawarra Dragons in 2002, Kite went on to win an NRL Premiership with Manly in 2008, along with claiming the Clive Churchill Medal, before playing his final two seasons with the Panthers. Kite played 14 tests for Australia, 6 for Tonga - including captaining the side at the 2013 World Cup - 10 games for NSW and two for Country Origin. "I'm well and truly finished up," Kite told Penrith Panthers website. "Injuries have caught up with me, it is sad to go out this way. "I had a really good career." http://www.nrl.com/brent-kite-retires/tabid/10874/newsid/89092/default.aspx Over 200 games, 4 Grand Final appearances, 2 Premierships, and a Clive Churchill Medal whilst wearing the Maroon and White. A key contributor for Manly on and off the field, true gentleman who always played the game in the right spirit and did a lot to rebuild the culture at Brookie post Northern Eagles. One of our best players in the last 10 years, and it's a testament to his professionalism and ability that he joined the elite 300 club. I'll always have fond memories of Kitey, and he'll go down as one of our greatest ever props. Congratulations on a great career and thanks for the memories.