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Cameron Smith has added another significant milestone to an already infinite list.

Smith played his 348th game on Friday night, a number that saw him overtake Broncos legend Corey Parker to move into outright fourth for most NRL games played.

The Storm skipper now sits just one game behind third-placed Steve Menzies.

The back end of the season is set to see more records fall courtesy of Smilth.

The Club’s Round 21 game against Manly will be his 350th while he requires just eight more games to break Darren Lockyer’s all-time games record.

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All time most games played

355 – Darren Lockyer
350 – Terry Lamb
349 – Steve Menzies
348 – Cameron Smith 
347 – Corey Parker
336 – Brad Fittler 

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