There will be plenty of celebrating win or lose for the New Zealand Warriors in their last National Rugby League match of the season tomorrow night.
The Warriors play the 4th placed Melbourne Storm in Auckland and not matter what the result, will finish 14th.... a disappointing season after settiing the play-offs alight last year.
However the club will celebrate Stacey Jones' last match for them.
The 33-year-old halfback was an inaugural member of the Warriors and has played 260 matches for them and holds most of their records, including most tries and most points.
He did play in France in 2006 and 2007.
Jones admits he's been disappointed with some aspects of his play this season but he's always tried to give his best.
hen says he knewhe'd cop criticism if the Warriors weren;'t winningn but has no regrets abiut coming back.