Lee Smith (centre) celebrates with Kylie Leuluai and Luke Burgess
Leeds winger Lee Smith insisted he had no regrets about his decision to switch to rugby union after his heroics in his side's Grand Final win over St Helens.
Smith, who has signed a contract with Wasps, scored two tries in his farewell appearance for the Rhinos as they beat Saints 18-10 at Old Trafford.
"This is a great set of lads - I've met some awesome people here," he said.
"I've made my decision. It's something I had to do. I couldn't have wished for a better time at Leeds."
Smith scored his first try in the first half after Leeds had gone behind, but it was his hotly-disputed second eight minutes from time that made sure of victory for the Rhinos, who made it a record three successive Grand Final wins.
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