Posted by RLPA
300 up for Croker
Jarrod Croker will join the distinguished 300-game club when his Raiders side plays the Warriors on Friday night. He becomes the 48th player in the history of the premiership to reach the 300-game mark.
Jarrod has played all 300 games of his NRL career for the Canberra Raiders and captained the side in their 2019 Grand Final against the Roosters.
RLPA Chief Executive Officer Clint Newton on Jarrod Croker’s 300-game milestone:
“On behalf of the Rugby League Players Association (RLPA) and all the players, we extend our congratulations to Jarrod on reaching the incredible milestone of 300 games. This remarkable achievement is a true testament to his unwavering determination and resilience to pursue and play in the toughest code in the world.
Jarrod has repeatedly demonstrated that he is not only one of the most gifted and respected players in the league but also an invaluable asset to the rugby league community. His presence in our sport should fill everyone with pride.
Throughout his 300-game career, Jarrod has fearlessly embraced all challenges that our game has thrown at him. His courage and loyalty to his teammates and club shine through, as he consistently steps forward to face this generation’s toughest opponents.
His teammates have undoubtedly benefited from his presence, and we are immensely grateful for his exceptional leadership and dedication to his fellow players.
Once again, congratulations to Jarrod on this extraordinary achievement. May his legacy inspire future generations of players in the rugby league and Canberra community.”