Halfback Matt Frawley has left Canterbury and joined English club Huddersfield Giants on a two-year deal.
Frawley debuted in the NRL for the Bulldogs last year and has made 31 appearances.
The 23-year-old previously played under Huddersfield coach Simon Woolford in Canberra's lower-grades.
"I’m really excited about this opportunity, I’ve kept an eye on Super League over the years and have always had an interest," Frawley said.
"I’m not sure what to expect but I’ve spoken with other people that have made the move to Super League and they’ve said that there’s a lot of passion, a good atmosphere and I’m really excited for the challenge.
“Simon was as a hooker coach at the Raiders when I was in the 20’s so I had a bit to do with him then. We’re both from Canberra so we’ve got something in common there and I’m looking forward to having a good relationship with him.
"When the opportunity came up to play for him at the Giants I jumped at it straight away, he came to the Club last year and did a good job so hopefully we can carry that on and have some success.
“I’ve got a lot to thank Canberra and Canterbury for and I’m looking forward to getting started with Huddersfield now.”