Zac Bailey - Wed 29 Aug 2018, 12:49 PM
Wests Tigers veteran Robbie Farah is set to play on in 2019.
NRL.com understands the 34-year-old hooker has agreed to terms on a one-year extension with the club where he made his Telstra Premiership debut in 2003.
Farah played his 250th game for the Tigers in round 19 against the South Sydney Rabbitohs – the club he represented 26 times in 2017 and earlier this year, before returning to the team he once captained.
He has played 281 NRL games across his 16-year career and his decision to play on for a 17th season in the NRL puts him in line to become part of the 300-game club.
Farah has not put pen to paper on his contract as yet and the Wests Tigers have made no official announcement regarding Farah’s future.