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Souths fullback David Peachey says he wants to join the elite group of rugby league players to play 300 first-grade games. Peachey will make his 250th start in Sunday's match against the Warriors but says his recent run of good form has him thinking about 300.
The 33-year-old, who spent 12 years with the Cronulla Sharks, is coming off contract and wants to secure another season with Souths. He plans to take it year by year from there but says he feels a long way from retirement.
Melbourne coach Craig Bellamy will decide today whether Greg Inglis will line up for tonight's NRL grand final re-match with Brisbane at Suncorp Stadium. Inglis has been battling a knee injury.
Brent Sherwin will make his second start of the year at halfback in place of dropped Kiwi halfback Ben Roberts.