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Veteran forward Andrew Gee will become only the fourth player in Brisbane's history to play 250 first grade games when the Broncos take on the New Zealand Warriors at ANZ Stadium on Sunday.
The 32-year-old was an inaugural Bronco in 1988 after joining the club from school and has played in four premiership teams.
Gee left the Broncos at the end of the 1999 season and had two years with English club Warrington, but returned at the start of last season in a year where he regained his Queensland State of Origin jersey.
Some highlights for the big fella have been scoring a remarkable try in the 1992 grand final, popping his dislocated finger back in before making the next tackle in last year's 3rd State of Origin game, and the odd dust-up at Sydney's celebrated Bourbon and Beefsteak hotel.