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New Zealand legend, Adam Blair is set to become the NRL’s 36th player to reach the 300-game milestone when he takes the field with the Warriors against the Titans on the Gold Coast tomorrow night.

Blair, a New Zealand captain and veteran of 48 Tests for his country, made his first-grade debut in round four, 2006.

He commenced his professional playing career with the Melbourne Storm, before success with the Wests Tigers, Brisbane Broncos and most recently, the New Zealand Warriors (since 2018).

NRL Chief Executive, Todd Greenberg congratulated Adam on his rugby league career to date and wished him well in his 300th appearance.

“Adam is set to become just the third New Zealand player to reach the 300-game milestone, behind Ruben Wiki and Simon Mannering,” Mr Greenberg said.

“He has carved out an impressive playing career across four NRL clubs and as part of World Club and World Cup winning teams.

“Adam was also a proud Maori captain when the Maori All Stars took on the Indigenous All Stars, displaying all the flair and power that we have come to expect from him over the years.

“I thank him for his contribution to date and wish him well tomorrow night.”

Adam will be presented with the match ball from his 300th game by Rugby League Immortal, Mal Meninga.

The 300 Club (35 players)

Games Player Club/s Years
396 Cameron Smith Melbourne 2002-19
358 Cooper Cronk Melbourne, Sydney Roosters 2004-19
355 Darren Lockyer Brisbane 1995-2011
350 Terry Lamb Western Suburbs, Canterbury 1980-96
349 Steven Menzies Manly, Northern Eagles 1993-2008
347 Corey Parker Brisbane 2001-16
338 Chris Heighington Wests Tigers, Cronulla, Newcastle 2003-18
336 Brad Fittler Penrith, Sydney Roosters 1989-2004
336 Paul Gallen  Cronulla 2001-21 
331 Cliff Lyons North Sydney, Manly 1985-99
330 Nathan Hindmarsh Parramatta 1998-2012
328 Andrew Ettingshausen Cronulla 1983-2000
326 Ryan Hoffman Melbourne, Warriors 2003-18
325 Geoff Gerard Parramatta, Manly, Penrith 1974-89
324 Luke Lewis Penrith, Cronulla 2001-18
323 Johnathan Thurston Canterbury, Nth Qld 2002-18
322 John Sutton South Sydney 2004-19
318 Jason Croker Canberra 1991-2006
317 Hazem El Masri Canterbury 1996-2009
315 Paul Langmack Canterbury, Western Suburbs, Sydney Roosters 1983-99
315 Luke Priddis Canberra, Brisbane, Penrith, St George Illawarra 1997-2010
313 Steve Price Canterbury, Warriors 1994-2009
313 Brent Kite St George Illawarra, Manly, Penrith 2002-15
312 Ruben Wiki Canberra, Warriors 1993-2008
309 Petero Civoniceva Brisbane, Penrith 1998-2012
307 Brett Kimmorley Newcastle, Hunter, Melbourne, Northern Eagles, Cronulla, Canterbury 1995-2010
304 Sam Thaiday Brisbane 2003-18
304 Darius Boyd Brisbane, St George Illawarra, Newcastle 2006-19
303 Anthony Watmough Northern Eagles, Manly, Parramatta 2002-15
302 Anthony Minichiello Roosters 2000-14
301 Luke Ricketson Roosters 1991-2005
301 Simon Mannering Warriors 2005-18
300 Scott Prince Nth Qld, Brisbane, Wests Tigers, Gold Coast 1998-2013
300 John Morris Newcastle, Parramatta, Wests Tigers, Cronulla 2001-14


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