IF Saints skipper James Roby manages to score in Saturday's Super League Grand Final he will break a record held by Kevin Sinfield.

The former Leeds skipper became the oldest player to score in the Grand Final at 35 years, 28 days when he kicked three goals in victory for Leeds against Wigan in 2015.

Roby will be the oldest player on the field on Saturday at the age of 35 years, 321 days.

Fellow Saints veteran Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook (35 years, 268 days) could also break the record if he scores. 

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Catalans James Maloney also has the chance to become the oldest player to score in a Super League Grand Final at 35 years and 116 days.

Maloney has the chance to join the ranks of overseas players to feature in a Grand Final winning side in both England and Australia.

With victory, Maloney would become the first player to complete the double after having first won the NRL Grand Final with two different clubs.

Maloney started at stand-off in Sydney Roosters' 26-18 triumph against Manly Sea Eagles in 2013, and for Cronulla Sharks in their 14-12 victory against Melbourne Storm in 2016.