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Langers and Baa honoured with their '300 Club' rings

Bulldogs Club Legends Terry Lamb and Paul Langmack were presented with their 300 Game Rings on Monday’s King Birthday clash against the Eels.

Whilst they have long been members of the NRL’s illustrious 300 Club having played over 660 games between them, the NRL officially honoured the two greats by presenting them with a specially designed '300 Club' gold ring at the NRL match.

In a touching moment, the former teammates shared the occasion together, as they did with many of their on-field achievements. The Club legends were in three Premiership-winning squads together at the Bulldogs and went on to tour Great Britain and France in 1986 with the Kangaroos.

Lamb lays it on for Langmack

Lamb and Langmack were presented their 300-game rings by NRL CEO Andrew Abdo in a special on-field tribute where they were recognised for their incredible contribution to rugby league.

NRL CEO Andrew Abdo formally presented Bulldogs legends, Paul Langmack and Terry Lamb with their specially designed '300 Club' gold rings.
NRL CEO Andrew Abdo formally presented Bulldogs legends, Paul Langmack and Terry Lamb with their specially designed '300 Club' gold rings.

Terry Lamb, affectionately known as ‘Baa’, was a local Bulldogs junior from the Chester Hill Hornets. He made his debut for the Western Suburbs Magpies where he played 88 games before returning to Canterbury.

In his 13 seasons at the Bulldogs, Lamb played five-eighth for the Club making 262 appearances with 121 of those as Captain.

A member of the 1984, 1988, and 1995 Premiership teams, Baa captained the ‘95 team to victory over the Manly Sea Eagles. In 1985, he played 22 games but was forced to miss the grand final win due to a groin injury.

Baa was renowned for his superb support play and ability to find the try line, scoring 123 tries for the Bulldogs and a cumulative 164 throughout his 350-game career.

During his career, he won a record 18 Dally M awards including seven Five-Eighths of the Year and the 1983 Player of the Year. In 1984 he won the Rothmans Medal and was the leading try scorer in the NSWRL.

Lamb played eight games for NSW, seven Tests for Australia, and remarkably appeared in all 20 matches on the 1986 Kangaroo Tour.

Fellow 300 Club recipient, Paul Langmack played 314 NRL games throughout his illustrious career, pulling on the jersey for the Magpies, Roosters, and Bulldogs. As a talented lock, he made his debut for the Bulldogs whilst still in high school in 1983 and won his first grand final a mere year later.

Langmack went on to win the 1985 and 1988 Premierships with the Bulldogs and was the youngest player in history to reach 150 first-grade games.

In 1997, Langmack became just the third player to play 300 first-grade games, following in the footsteps of Baa and Geoff Gerard before him. He would go on to reach 315 games before calling time on his decorated career.

In his 17 seasons of playing, the affectionately dubbed ‘Langers’ represented NSW on four occasions and represented Australia in 10 matches during the 1986 Kangaroos Tour.

Acknowledgement of Country

Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs respect and honour the Darug and Eora nations, who are the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.