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Ian Prior hits 100 games for Western Force as Jeremy Thrush hopes for one more finals crack before retirement

Western Force stalwart Ian Prior plays his 100th game for the club in Saturday’s do-or-die clash with the Hurricanes while retiring Jeremy Thrush hopes it won’t be his last of the season against his former club.

Ninth-placed Force can sneak into the quarterfinals with a win at HBF Park and then hope Melbourne Rebels do them a favour and beat the Highlanders on Sunday.

Scrum-half Prior, the heart and soul of the Force, will be looking for a better end to a Super Rugby season than his first with the club.

In the last game of 2014 the Force needed just a point to make the finals but were bundled out by the Brumbies, Prior’s former club.

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