Holmes joins illustrious group in Queensland
ALLORA Greg Holmes says he had been offered opp michael kors ortunities elsewhere during his career but Ballymore was the only place for him.
That loyalty to the Reds will be rewarded Friday night when the former Downlands College student becomes just the third Queensland prop to rack up 100 games.
Holmes will run on to Suncorp Stadium Friday night to take on South African line up the Sharks and will join the elite club of Dan Crowley (124 games) and Stan Pilecki (122) as Queensla michael kors nd front row centurions.
The milestone, especially bringing it up at the one club, is something the 29 year old holds dearly.
“I would like to think I can play another three or four seasons, my plan is to be a one club player,” he said.
“I have had offers from other teams but have never looked at them too seriousl michael kors y.”
Reds director of coaching Ewen McKenzie paid tribute to Holmes service to Queensland rugby.
“Since the game turned professional it has become quite common for players to mix and match their clubs, but Greg has stayed true to Queensland since he debuted and is a hugely deserving member of what is an illustrious club,” McKenzie said.
“When times were tough it would have been easy for him to pack his bags and go elsewhere.
“He chose to stay, battled through the hard years and ultimately got rewarded when the Reds won the championship in 2011.”
And with a milestone marking his longevity, thoughts of how long his career will span obviously come up.
Holmes is signed with the Reds for another season but hopes to go on beyond 2014.
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