It's the end of an era for the Wests Tigers.
Veteran Robbie Farah announced this morning that he will retire from rugby league at the end of the 2019 NRL season.
Farah, 35, will retire as the most-capped player in Wests Tigers' history. The wily veteran has played 274 games for the club, including 149 as captain.
Farah's career highlights include playing a key role in the Tigers winning the 2005 premiership and playing 16 State of Origin games for NSW.
Wests Tigers chairman Barry O'Farrell said in a statement that Farah deserved credit for an "incredible and distinguished rugby league career".
"Robbie has given so much to Wests Tigers in his unwavering commitment on and off the field, and it is wonderful to recognise his career and achievements," he said
"His loyalty to the club, determination and toughness will be a lasting inspiration for Wests Tigers players.
"It is fantastic to see him finish his time in rugby league in the colours he is so passionate about."
After that game, Farah told reporters that he was "really grateful" for everyone who had supported im on the road to 300 games.
"There were some really tough times during my career and it's been a bit of a rollercoaster," Farah said.
"I'm a lucky man because if I didn't have that support network around me, I wouldn't be here today.
"They pushed me along when and when I wanted to quit, they kept me going."
Farah made his NRL debut with the Wests Tigers back in 2003.
He stayed at Wests until 2016 before he controversially left to play at the South Sydney Rabbitohs.