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New South Wales halfback great Steve Mortimer has tipped Johnathan Thurston will play 40 Origin games and rates the Maroon ace's exit from Canterbury as his biggest regret in football.
Thurston is on a record-breaking rampage, with the Maroons playmaker to becoming the first player in history to play 30 consecutive Origin games last Wednesday night.
It is remarkable evidence of Thurston's durability and comes just a after he usurped Mal Meninga as Origin's greatest pointscorer in Game Two of this year's Origin...
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