With Robbie Farah set to play his 250th NRL game in this weekend's clash with the Newcastle Knights, Rabbitohs halfback Adam Reynolds says the playing group is looking forward to sharing this achievement with the veteran hooker.
"Obviously his professionalism is second to none. He's been at the top of the game for quite some time now and it's great to have one of our boys with a milestone," said Reynolds.
"We love playing in milestone games and 250 is a great achievement. You're lucky enough to play a hundred or one first grade game - He's been lucky enough to play 250. It's definitely an honour to run out there with him and share the moment with him."
Reynolds underlines the importance of milestones within the playing group, pointing to the debuts of Braidon Burns and Robert Jennings as special milestones that motivated the group.
"It's massive. We saw Braidon Burns and Robert Jennings play their first game for the Club last week," said Reynolds.
"To run out and share the moment with them was something special. We want to make it the best possible outcome for them so they've got great memories to look back at and share."