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Parramatta Second Rower, Nathan Hindmarsh, will become just the third Eel in history to notch up 250 First Grade matches when he runs out onto the field against the Storm this Monday night.<br> <br> <p>Hindmarsh, who made his first grade debut in 1998 against the Adelaide Rams at Pioneer Oval in Parkes, follows only Brett Kenny (264) and Ray Price (259) as the Eel’s most capped players.<br> <br> With the Eels desperately needing to knock off the Storm to keep their finals hopes alive, the club is hoping for a strong vocal crowd at Parramatta Stadium to thank Nathan Hindmarsh for his years of services in the Blues and Gold, but to side to victory.<br> <br> The game will also see the return of NSW star Jarryd Hayne to the Eels line-up, whilst the Storm will be bolstered by the return of QLD representatives Greg Inglis, Dallas Johnson and Cameron Smith<br> <br> Tickets for the clash start at just $17 for Adults and $10 for concessions and are available from Ticketek.<br> <br> <strong><a href="" target="_blank">Purchase your tickets today!</a><br> <a href="" target="_blank">Click here to view the Eels team list</a><a href=""><br> Click here to view the Storm team list</a></strong><br> <br> <strong>Nathan Hindmarsh Fact File:<br> Born:</strong><br> 7th September, 1979 (Bowral)<br> <br> <strong>Eels Player Number:</strong><br> 595<br> <br> <strong> Height:</strong><br> 188cm<br> <br> <strong>Weight:</strong><br> 100kg<br> <br> <strong>Position:</strong><br> Second Row<br> <br> <strong>Junior Clubs:</strong><br> Robertson Spuddies; Moss Vale Dragons<br> <br> <strong> First Grade Debut:</strong><br> 1998 – Vs Adelaide (Round 10) : Pioneer Oval Parkes<br> <br> <strong>Representative Snapshot:<br> Australian Kangaroos:</strong><br> Test Matches: 15 (2004 – 2007)<br> World Cups: 1 (2000)<br> Tri-Nations: 3 (2005 – 2007)<br> <br> <strong>Prime Ministers XIII:</strong><br> Caps: 2 (2005, 2008)<br> <br> <strong>NSW Blues State of Origin Team:</strong><br> Caps: 16 (2001 – 2002, 2004 – 2007)<br> <br> <strong>NSW Country:</strong><br> Caps: 1 (2008)<br> <br> <a href="" target="_blank"><strong>Purchase your tickets today!</strong></a><br>
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