“The voice of Rugby League” commentator Ray Warren has signalled his intention to retire at the end of the 2016.
“Fifty and out. I like that,” Warren told Fairfax Media.
“I’m thinking this season will be it for me, I’m thinking that way.
“In fact, I’d be happy to get through the year, to be honest.”
The veteran broadcaster has been dealing with health issues since a prostate cancer diagnosis in 2011.
“If I can go on, I will but I’m just telling you the honest truth,” Warren said.
“At the moment, if I get through this year I’ll be happy.”
Warren began radio broadcasting in 1966, and has commentated for Nine since 1988.