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Jetstar Gold Coast Titans captain Scott Prince will reach yet another significant milestone in his illustrious career tomorrow night when he plays his landmark 250th NRL match against Souths Sydney at ANZ Stadium.
The 31-year-old, who made his NRL debut as a 70kg teenager for the North Queensland Cowboys in 1998, today reflected on the milestone and the rocky road along the way as the Titans finalised preparations for the clash with a training session on the Gold Coast.
While stressing his priority was simply to help his team gain a win tomorrow night as the Titans chase their first set of back-to-back victories this season, Prince admitted he was proud of his individual achievement having recovered from two broken legs in the early stages of his career to win a premiership with the Wests Tigers in 2005 and play at both Test and State of Origin level.