NRL CEO Todd Greenberg has congratulated South Sydney Rabbitohs player John Sutton on reaching the 300-game milestone.
Sutton will join the exclusive 300-club on Saturday night when the Rabbitohs face Wests Tigers at ANZ Stadium.
Sutton will become the 32nd player to play 300 games or more. However, he will be the first Rabbitohs player to reach the milestone.
He will be presented with the match ball from his 300th game by Mr Greenberg following the Round 19 clash on Saturday night.
"John has been an outstanding player for the Rabbitohs and it is great to see someone so passionate about his Club recognised with this milestone," Mr Greenberg said.
"He is just the 14th player to play 300 matches for one Club.
"The fact he is the first Rabbitohs player to reach the milestone is a fitting reward for all his efforts.
"He is a Premiership winner with the Club and will now always have with him the knowledge that he was the first player from this famous Club to play 300 matches.
"On behalf of the NRL I congratulate him on this achievement."