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Mitsubishi Electric Bulldogs forward Tony Grimaldi hits two milestones when he runs out on Aussie Stadium this Sunday against the Roosters. He will be playing his 100th first grade game for the Bulldogs as well as his 150th Club game.
Grimaldi, 31, has had two stints with the Bulldogs, playing three seasons from 1996 to 1998 and four seasons from 2002 to 2005.
Despite the Bulldogs disappointing season Grimaldi has never stopped trying and after 25 rounds is the NRL's leading tackler on 807 tackles.