BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 30: Danny Buderus of the Knights waits for the kick off during the round 25 NRL match between the Brisbane Broncos and the Newcastle Knights at Suncorp Stadium on August 30, 2013 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images)

On Monday night, NRL 360 revealed the four rugby league legends who will be elevated into the Hall of Fame at a gala dinner on Wednesday night.

Two Kiwis and two Australians have received the honour, with New Zealand pair Ruben Wiki and Stacey Jones joining Aussies Danny Buderus and Craig Young in the Hall of Fame.

The quartet played over 1000 club games over their careers, with Young (two premierships) Wiki (one) and Buderus (one) all tasting the ultimate glory.

Young earned the nod after playing 235 games for St George and representing the Kangaroos on 20 occasions.

Wiki has 311 games to his name across a long career with the Raiders and Warriors, while also playing for New Zealand 55 times.

Jones played all 261 games for the Warriors, and represented his country on 46 occasions.

Buderus is the most recently retired player of the group, calling an end to his 257-game career with the Knights in 2013. He also played for Australia 24 times.

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  1. Alexander is not in the hall of fame. He definitely should be though. Was a great player, very underrated in my opinion.

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