Denan Kemp leaves the Warriors to pursue his NRL career in Australia By staff writers August 24, 2009 Warriors winger Denan Kemp is returning to Australia after asking the club for a release from the second year of his contract. Kemp signed from Brisbane Broncos last year, but has failed to establish himself as a first team regular. “While I haven’t played as much NRL football as either the club or I would have liked, I have still enjoyed myself here. But in the end I really wanted the chance to go back home to try to establish myself," Kemp said. Warriors chief executive Wayne Scurrah said Kemp had been released with the club’s best wishes. “While we’re disappointed Denan has asked for a release, we have reluctantly allowed him to go after only one year of his contract,” he said. “We wish the season had worked out differently but we thank him for his efforts both on and off the field during the time he has been with us and wish him luck for the future.” Kemp made 10 NRL appearances for the Vodafone Warriors, scoring a try and kicking 21 goals for a total of 46 points. His last match was against the Broncos on July 3.