Dunamis Lui has been linked with a shift to the Queensland Cup after his time with the Canberra Raiders has come to an end. The former Queensland State of Origin prop had offers from a couple of English Super League clubs, but it's believed he preferred to keep his young family in Australia. That could see him return to his native Brisbane, where he grew up playing for Brothers Juniors before starting his NRL journey with the Broncos. Lui's Raiders contract runs out at the end of October and he had hoped to remain in lime green, with Ryan James' switch to the Broncos opening the door for him to stay. But the Green Machine announced on Tuesday his time with the club had come to an end after playing 89 of his 169 NRL games with them.