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Halfback Brett Kimmorley will play his 300th First Grade game when the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs take on the Sydney Roosters at the Sydney Football Stadium on Sunday.
Kimmorley reaches the milestone nearly 15 years to the day since making his First Grade debut for the Newcastle Knights against Manly on the 21st of July, 1995.
His host of achievements include numerous Australian and NSW State of Origin jerseys and a premiership win with the Melbourne Storm in 1999, in which he claimed the Clive Churchill Medal for the best player on ground in a Grand Final.
He becomes just the 15th player in history, and the fifth Bulldog (after Terry Lamb , Hazem El Masri , Paul Langmack , and Steve Price ), to play 300 First Grade games.