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Jetstar Gold Coast Titans crowd favourite Preston Campbell will celebrate his 250th game this weekend when the club travels to Melbourne to tackle the Storm in their first match at AAMI Park on Saturday night.
Campbell will notch the important milestone after 14-years at the top in a distinguished career in which he has been awarded the Dally M Medal, won a premiership with Penrith and proudly represented his people as the inaugural captain of the Indigenous All Stars.
The Tingha product has also achieved just as much off the field as he has on it, having received the NRL's Ken Stephen Medal as well as the Jetstar Titans' Clubman of the Year award for his tireless work in the community
The 33-year-old excitement machine was today named by Jetstar Titans Coach John Cartwright in an 18-man squad for Saturday night's Round 2 clash against Melbourne.
The versatile talent has been named on the interchange bench as he embarks on a new