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Wests Tigers forward Keith Galloway will play his 200th NRL game on Friday night when his side take on the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles in their Round 15 clash.

As a 17-year-old, Galloway made his NRL first-grade debut for the Cronulla Sharks in 2003, going on to play 37 games for the Sharks over three seasons.

He then joined Wests Tigers at the start of the 2006 season, enjoying a solid start at the Club, before earning his first Representative jumper for City Origin in 2009. A purple patch of form saw the Yarrawarrah Tigers junior make his New South Wales Origin debut in 2011, before being selected in the Australian squad for the Four Nations later that year.

Injuries interrupted Galloway's 2012 and 2013 campaigns, but the prop returned with a strong 2014 season — playing 19 games out of 24 — and has continued that form into 2015, where he has built a very strong front row combination with Aaron Woods.

Scoring a try earlier in the year against the Canberra Raiders, Galloway has averaged 10.5 hit-ups, 120 metres and 22.9 games so far in season 2015, and the Club is proud to congratulate him on reaching this special milestone on Friday night agianst the Sea Eagles.

See what Galloway had to say about playing his 200th game this week in the video above.

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Keith Galloway: Player Profile

Born — 2nd September, 1985 (Sydney, NSW)

Junior Club — Yarrawarrah Tigers

Position — Prop Forward

Rep. Honours — 5 Tests for Australia (2011), NSW Origin (2011), City Origin (2009-11)

Previous Clubs — Cronulla Sharks (2003-05)

FG Debut — Cronulla Sharks vs. New Zealand Warriors, Toyota Park, (Rd.19, 2003)

Club Debut — vs. St George Illawarra Dragons, Telstra Stadium, (Rd.1, 2006)


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