One club player Billy Slater has been a member of the Melbourne Storm in the NRL since 2003. In that time the fullback has appeared in over 250 games for the club meaning Slater sits second on the Storm’s all time games record list. Slater also boasts 25 caps for the Kangaroos at international level and 27 caps for the Queensland State of Origin team.
Growing up in Queensland, playing for the Brothers Club in Innisfail, Slater is now one of Rugby League’s most recognised players. His illustrious career has seen him win two premierships, a Clive Churchill Medal, and be recognised via a number of individual awards including the 2008 Golden Boot World Player of the Year and 2011 Dally M best and fairest player.
Slater may have suffered a premature end to his 2016 campaign but the Melbourne legend has committed his future to the Storm, signing a deal with the NRL club that will see him play on until 2017.