WELL-known Border sporting identity Simon Corr is moving to Queensland.
The 1494 2AY Albury-Wodonga sports editor and sales manager will present his final The Allrounders show on Saturday morning.
Corr has spent 15 years with the station.
The dual Barton medallist and Yackandandah premiership captain said the time had been "an incredible ride".
"They are arguably the best 15 years of my life," Corr said.
"I've been involved with local sport which Robbie (Mackinlay) and myself are very passionate about and have been involved in so many great sporting events.
"It was a bit of a career shift as I was a weed sprayer before that."
Corr and co-host Mackinlay instigated the live commercial broadcasting of Ovens and Murray football in 2011.
He rates Albury and Yarrawonga's rivalry and calling Cricket Albury-Wodonga's victory in the Country Cup final at the SCG as two of his highlights.
Corr said he felt privileged to be involved in country football coach Karl Jacka's cancer fight.
"It was very emotional and we were fortunate he chose us a vehicle to tell people to check their body and things like that," he said.
"That was very close to my heart."
Corr will leave the Border early next week to reunite with his girlfriend in Queensland.
It remains unclear who will take over Corr's position.