Jackson will be the 13th Bulldog to reach 200 games

Congratulations to at MapSports Josh Jackson who brings up 200 NRL games for the Canterbury Bulldogs, becoming the 13th player to do so.
After joining the club as a 19 year old, Jackson spent 2 years in the National Youth Competition, learning his trade alongside the likes of Marty Tapau and Dale Finucane.
Jackson who has represented his country and state has only missed 3 games due to injury since he debuted against the Storm in Mackay in mid 2012. Jackson would play 12 games that year on route to a maiden NRL Grand Final against the team he debuted against earlier in that season.
Since then Jackson has played in another Grand Final loss, this time to the Sam Burgess led South Sydney Rabbitohs. He played 7 games for his state, winning the Man of the Match in a loss before picking up the Brad Fittler Medal as the player of the series in 2016. He debuted for the Australian Kangaroos in 2014 in Wollongong and went on to represent them 3 more times.
At personal level he is a 4 time Bulldogs Coaches Award Winner, 2 time Dally M Second Rower of the Year (2015, 2018), Summons Proven Medal Winner (2019) and has done all that in the first 8 full seasons in the NRL.