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Ahead of his 150th NRL game this weekend, Aidan Guerra caught up with RoostersTV to look back on some fond memories at the Club and discuss what his side needs to do to get the win.

It took eight years for Guerra to reach this milestone, with injury forcing him to sit on the sideline for most of his debut season in 2010 and a long road back to first grade in 2011. 

If the milestone wasn't special enough, Guerra admits that being able to do it at the Roosters is the particularly pleasing part. 

"To be able to say that I've played 150 plus games at the Roosters, obviously I'm moving next year, it's a good sentiment to have," he said of his milestone. 

"To share it with my best mates that I've grown into a man through rugby league with the Club, yeah I'm happy to do it here," he added. 

When thinking back to his memories of the Club, Guerra couldn't help but smile when remembering the road he's taken to reach this point of his career. 

"It seems like a long time ago.

"A fresh face that came to Sydney, I thought there was a good opportunity here at the Roosters and that move definitely paid off. 

"I've made Sydney my home and the Roosters are obviously a Club that is very dear to me.

"There's been some cool moments along the way, but 150 is pretty special."

The task at hand is a Melbourne Storm outfit that are not only on top of the NRL ladder, but they're also the club where he spent the first years of his career. 

When asked what it would take to walk away with the win, Guerra was confident in knowing that his side has the ability. 

"We need all 17 to be playing their best footy. 

"We've got a gameplan and we've got the players.

"It would be nice to walk off that field with a victory, but also with that confidence throughout the team that on our day we can beat anyone in this comp and the Storm are no different."

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