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Dyldam Parramatta Eels lock Anthony Watmough has been honoured for his achievement of 300 NRL games at the annual Grand Final luncheon at the Carbine Club.

The NRL's traditional lunch brings together legends of the game and commercial partners, with administrators and special guests to celebrate the game of rugby league, as well as the men who play the game. 

Watmough, Corey Parker and Cameron Smith were honoured on stage for joining the presitigious 300 club, while retiring players, including Beau Champion, were presented with personalised bronze boots to mark the contributions they have made across their careers.

Earlier in 2015, just before 'Choc' reached the 300-game milestone in Melbourne in Round 14, players, coaches and administrators from across the NRL gave their congratulations to the triple-centurion - click through to hear some of their messages

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