Journeyman Prince going out on 300

BRONCOS five-eighth Scott Prince is preparing himself for an "emotional rollercoaster" when he plays his 300th and last game in the top grade in the final-round clash against the Bulldogs at Suncorp Stadium tomorrow night.

"It seems a bit weird at the moment," he said.

"At the end of the day it is a milestone that early in my career or early this season I didn't expect to reach - especially with some of the injuries I had."

After starting with the Cowboys, Prince (pictured) had an injury-plagued three seasons at the Broncos and spent long periods at both the Tigers and Titans before returning to Brisbane this season.

During his career, he overcame two badly broken legs to become a premiership captain, a Churchill Medallist, a Test player and a five-time State of Origin representative.

Though surprised at the turn of events that led him to finishing at the Broncos, after being released from the Titans, Prince said it was something he would always appreciate.

"I'm just very fortunate and honoured that the Broncos came into the race and allowed me to stay in the NRL," he said.

"It is a bit surreal knowing this week will be my last time at doing a few things."

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