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Brett Kimmorley was one of the greatest halfbacks that Rugby League has ever seen, playing 307 NRL games across six clubs, 10 games for the NSW VB Blues, and 22 matches for Australia. 

He started off with the Newcastle Knights and the now ceased Hunter Mariners franchise, before moving to the Melbourne Storm and earning the Clive Churchill medal in the 1999 Grand Final. 

Kimmorley debuted for the NSW VB Blues in 2000, and played in a victorious World Cup side in the same year. 

He has one of the sharpest minds in the game, and post-football has seen him move into various coaching and media roles. 

Steve 'Blocker' Roach sat down with Kimmorley to talk about his career on and off the field in the first episode of Turn Back Time for 2017, brought to you by Brydens Lawyers.