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Prince has big stars in his eyes

He will strap on the boots again for today’s Men of League charity match at Kawana. DAN PELED AAP

SCOTT Prince has done it all in rugby league State of Origin, represented his country, won grand finals.

But even he says he will be a little star struck when he runs out in the All Stars Men of League charity match at Kawana today.

The match at Stockland Sunshine Coast Stadium will be the first time Prince has strapped on a pair of boots since retiring at the end of last season.

He will run out for the All Stars alongside some of his fellow former great michael kors bags s against a Sunshine Coast representative team.

The 33 year old will play in a backline featuring six former internationals and behind a pack made up entirely of former Origin and Test players.

Prince said he was happy to have a run around for charity but the main drawcard for him was lining up alongside some of his favourite players.

“I think the oppo michael kors bags rtunity to play alongside some of the greats, guys that I never got a chance to play alongside, it’s great,” he said.

“I know this game is for charity, but I’m more excited about playing alongside some of these players I used to watch as a kid.”

THE 2005 Clive Churchill Medal winner quit the Brisbane Broncos at the end of the 2013 season, ending a 300 NRL game career.

He will still be involved in rugby league, having taken up a commentary role with broadcaster Fox Sports.

“The media is something that I shied away from when I first started my career, I didn’t like standing in front of a camera,” he said.

“But as you get older, you start dealing with stuff from a captain’s point of view and I was dealing with that stuff daily and weekly.

“E michael kors bags ventually it became something that really interested me.

“In 2010 I became more heavily involved with things such as the Footy Show and it allowed me to enjoy things a bit more.

“It became something that I wanted to pursue.”

ALL STARS MEN OF LEAGUE: David Peachey, Robbie O Chris Walker, Scott Hill (c), Danny Moore, Andrew Dunemann, Scott Prince, Ben Ross, Aaron Raper, Craig Greenhill, Quentin Pongia, Chris Flannery, Darren Smith. Interchange: Justin Murphy, Nigel Roy, Tony Priddle, David Solomona, Scott Donald, Troy Clarkson, Nathan Blacklock



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