Former Wales international fly-half Nicky Robinson has announced his retirement from rugby, the back confirmed on social media on Tuesday.
The 34-year-old, who in his time has played for Cardiff Blues, Gloucester, Wasps, Bristol and Oyonnax, calls time on an impressive career.
Robinson joined the French side ahead of the 2015/16 Top 14 season and signed a three-year deal but that has been cut short, with Oyonnax having been relegated to the Pro D2 after finishing bottom of the top flight standings. They won just five games out of 26 over last season.
I’d like to announce my retirement from rugby.The time is right for a new chapter in my life.I’ve loved the last 15 years-thank you rugby ?
— nick robinson (@nickyrobo) July 12, 2016