Terry Lamb is also the only man in history to play every game of a Kangaroo tour. He was leading try scorer on the 86 Kanagaroo tour.
He was the premiership leading tryscorer twice - from 5/8 - and leading point scorer once.
He held the record for first grade ganes for a time and scored over 160 tries. Premiership winning captain.
He also rocked a killer mullet and a dirty mo for over a decade.
I don't think he's been anywhere near as bad as has been made out.
Des is definitely using him differently to how he did in 2011. Williams regularly plays 80 minutes and runs over 100 metres. They're often tough metres too with 3-4 defenders hanging off him.
The question is really whether Des is getting the best out of him as an 80 minute player versus being an impact player off the bench.
I really enjoyed it at the time Renegade. It was brilliant. The last minute try, the kick hitting the post - the reaction of Thurston and his Cowboys team mates as they started to celebrate and then realised they had to switch on again was one of the most amazing things I've seen.
But once the result is known, purely as a game of footy it wasn't a classic. There's nothing wrong with saying that.
Purely as a game the 89 grand final has it covered comfortably. That's what this article is about.