Horsham export Chris Curran will trade the sandy shores of Glenelg for rural South Australia next season.
The SANFL premiership-winning captain has departed Glenelg for Renmark Rovers in the Riverland Football League.
Curran joins the reigning Riverland Football League premiers after moving to the region as part of his GP placement.
The 28-year-old is currently studying a Doctor of Medicine at Flinders University.
Curran moved to Glenelg in 2011 and overcame several major injuries to notch up his 100th game in the South Australian National Football League this year.
The highlight of Curran's SANFL stint came this season, when he captained the Tigers to their first premiership in 33 years.
Curran's leadership prowess and performances throughout the season saw him named the captain of the SANFL team of the year.
The defender also lined up for the SANFL's representative team against the WAFL this year at Optus Stadium.