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Curtis Rona was at his try-scoring best against the Titans in Round 23.

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs player Curtis Rona will depart at season's end, taking up a two-year contract with the Western Force.

The 24-year-old has spent the past two seasons at the Bulldogs, playing 46 games and scoring 33 tries.

Rona had a stellar season in 2015 where he was joint leading try-scorer in the NRL, crossing for 23 four-pointers throughout the season.

Having grown up in Western Australia, Rona will return to his home state at the end of the season to be closer to his family. 


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