Jarrad Hickey has been released from his contract with the London Broncos.
The Super League club has worked with the player and his management company to try and secure either registration or loan with another club. This has proved unsuccessful and so by mutual consent Hickey has been released.
The club would like to wish him well in the future.
The club will make no further comment on the matter.
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