The outstanding Damian McKenzie will play his 100th game for the Gallagher Chiefs against the Waratahs in Sydney tonight.
McKenzie made his debut for the Chiefs in 2015 and has scored more than 800 points, as well as earned 40 Test caps for the All Blacks.
He becomes just the ninth player to achieve 100 games for the Chiefs and will be playing alongside three other centurions this week, including Sam Cane, Brad Weber and Brodie Retallick.
He will play at fullback tonight, with Bryn Gatland retained at first-five after he enjoyed a strong first outing for the season in the win over the Melbourne Rebels.
The Chiefs will face the Waratahs at 8.35 tonight.
In other matches, the Crusaders will meet the Brumbies at 6.05 tonight, the Swire Shipping Fijian Drua will meet the Highlanders at 3.35pm tomorrow, Moana Pasifika will take on the Hurricanes at 6.05pm tomorrow, the Rebels will play the Reds at 8.35pm tomorrow and the Blues will meet the Western Force at 2.35pm Sunday.
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