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It was one of the biggest days in Kurt Gidley's career and plenty of players would have suffered from a lack of focus or the weight of expectation if they were in his position.

Not Gidley though, who played his 250th first-grade game and scored his 80th try for the Club.

It was a typically industrious performance from the skipper, except he turned it up another notch.

Gidley made more tackles than any of his props, eight times the run metres of his opposite number in Moses Mbye, and had the third best tackle accuracy out of any starting player.


. 80 minutes
. 13 runs
. 117 metres
. 31 tackles
. 1 offload
. 1 linebreak
. 1 try
. 1 try assist