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Raider's milestones to keep an eye on in 2019

2019 will see some of the NRL's finest achieve significant personal milestones.

Across the NRL there are plenty of players who are on course to achieve various milestones and there are quite a number of men in green that will reach personal milestones this season.

Jarrod Croker is on track to become the first player under the age of 30 to score 2,000 points at NRL level. The Centre needs 232 points to achieve this highlight and will not hit the age of 30 until September 11, 2020.

Croker's 2018 season was disrupted late on through injury and the Raiders' captain will be looking to take to the field once again in 2019.

The former Goulburn Stockmen junior also requires seven tries to overtake Jason Croker for most tries scored for the green machine. Jason Croker scored a record 120 tries for the Raiders in a career that spanned from 1991-2006.

The Raiders entered the competition in 1982 and require just six points to reach the millstone of 20,000.

There are a number of players that are within reach of 100 games for the Raiders. Jordan Rapana is eight games away from this milestone while Sia Soliola and Joey Leilua are 18 and 21 games away respectively.

Joey Leilua is also within reach of scoring 100 tries at NRL level as he sits on 85. Joseph Tapine currently sits on 83 NRL games as he approaches 100 in total.

Sam Williams and Josh Hodgson are each on 84 games. Jordan Rapana needs just three more games to achieve this as he currently has 97 NRL appearances to date.

Jack Wighton and Aidan Sezer are on track to reach 150 NRL games. Wighton who has spent his whole NRL career with the Raiders is on 130 while Sezer has played 137 in total.

Another milestone looms for Centre Joey Leilua with the Samoan international sitting on 192 NRL games just eight shy of 200.

Captain Jarrod Croker has notched up 230 NRL games to date and should he play the majority of the 2019 season he will reach the 250 game-milestone mark. 2019 looks set to be a year of milestones for the men in green.