Warriors great Simon Mannering will make history on Friday, when he plays his 300th game for the club against the Canberra Raiders in Auckland.
When he runs out on the field, he'll become the first man to have played all 300 games for the Penrose-based franchise.
Mannering will be the second Kiwi and 34th man to reach the milestone.
Ruben Wiki, Steve Price and Ryan Hoffman all played their 300th career games in Warriors jerseys, but most of their career games were played for other teams.
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Who would have guessed on June 26, 2005, when Warrior #125 made his club debut against the Broncos, that he would become the team's first triple centurion 13 years on.
During his time at the club, the 32-year-old Mannering has achieved some remarkable things on the footy field.
His career began in the centres, before moving into the forwards, where he established himself as one of the greats.
He’s been part of the squad during some of the club's highest highs - and its lowest lows.
Lets not forget, he’s also a five-time Warriors Player of the Year.
On top of an established club career, Mannering also played 45 tests for the Kiwis, and was part of the New Zealand squad that won the 2008 Rugby League World Cup, and 2010 and 2014 Four Nations tournaments.
Take a look at the numbers that define Mannering's career below.
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