Gold Coast games record holder Jarrod Harbrow is expected to have a fitting farewell against Sydney in Round 23 after flying to Melbourne on Monday to join the rest of the Suns side, per Fox Footy's Tom Morris.
Harbrow, who has played 191 games for the club, 261 in total, joined Gold Coast from the Bulldogs for their inaugural season in 2011.
The 33-year-old was the first person to play both 100 and 150 games for the Suns and won the club's best and fairest in 2018.
Rookie listed for 2021 after a quiet 2020 campaign, Harbrow has managed just three games in the senior team so far this year, becoming a regular feature in the club's VFL side.
While the teams haven't been released for Gold Coast's final clash of the year, Harbrow is expected to play his first game since Round 5 and his last of a lengthy and illustrious career.
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The Suns, including Harbrow, will be made to quarantine for 14 days upon their arrival back in Queensland and Harbrow will have to say farewell to empty stands at Marvel Stadium due to strict COVID restrictions in Melbourne. Despite this, the club, who currently sit 15th on the ladder, will grant the defender a farewell worthy of a club champion.
A seemingly underrated career spanning two clubs and 15 years, Harbrow hasn't had the success of other journeymen in the game, playing in just 48 wins across his time in the AFL.
In addition to becoming the first Gold Coast life member, the Queensland born Harbrow has been nominated for the Jim Stynes Community Leadership Award twice for his work mentoring Indigenous teammates and youth.