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Premiership winner, Origin player, more than 190 NRL games and later today Wade Graham will become a 150-game Sharks when he runs on for a milestone match.

And all at the ripe old age 26 for a man touted as the next long-term Sharks captain.

Graham began his career as a teenager while still a Panther, before shifting to the Sharks in 2011.

He debuted in the halves, before coach Shane Flanagan recognised his future lay in the forwards, with Graham since that time a fixture on the Sharks left-hand edge.

With the highs there has also been some lows, however Graham persisted, come out the other side and is now rated alongside the NRL's elite.

After playing game two of the Origin series, his third game for NSW, Graham reported for Sharks duty with a clean bill of health and today against Manly will run and complete a significant milestone.

Congratulations to Wade Graham and see a video tribute that will be shown on the big screen on game day, now playing on Sharks TV.  

Wade Graham
Sharks 2001-2016
149 NRL Games
28 tries
Junior Club: Blacktown City
Sharks debut: v Canberra, Canberra Stadium, round 1, 2011

3 games for NSW - 2016-17
City Oriign - 2013, 2015
PM's XIII - 2012

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