Following Saturday's win over England and claiming his second consecutive World Cup title, new Sydney Roosters recruit Cooper Cronk confirmed that he's played his final game in a representative jersey.
Cronk has been the incumbent halfback for both the Kangaroos and Queensland Maroons since Darren Lockyer retired at the conclusion of the 2011 NRL season.
The soon-to-be 34 year old has appeared in 38 test matches for the Kangaroos, 22 State Of Origin matches for the Maroons and even represented the NRL All Stars in 2012.
Cronk signed a two year deal with the Roosters in the off-season and will look to focus on Club football for the remainder of his impressive rugby league career.
In what has been an incredibly successful representative career, Cronk has won a staggering 34 test matches for Australia and 16 Origin matches for Queensland.
After winning his final Origin match AND the World Cup, there is no doubt that he exits the representive arena as not just a winner, but one of the all time greats.