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Kevin Proctor was one of four players to play every match for Melbourne in 2014.

The second-rower was one of Craig Bellamy’s most consistent performers throughout the year proving damaging in attack. Proctor’s partnership on the right hand side of the field with Cooper Cronk was once again an attacking threat, yearning fives tries for the second-rower.

Equally as effective without the ball in hand, Proctor’s attitude and decision making in defence was another strong point of the 25-year old’s season. As a result, he finished with 704 tackles for the season ranking him third at the Club behind Cameron Smith and Ryan Hinchcliffe.

A strong beginning to 2014 at Club level saw Proctor recognised for his first-grade form earning his third international cap with Stephen Kearney’s Kiwis.

An emerging leader within Melbourne’s squad, Craig Bellamy will be looking for Proctor to build on his 2014 season and continue to make strides in his game, leading Storm’s forward pack into the future.

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Proctor’s ‘fast’ starts were one of the second-rower’s highlights of the year. On three occasions the New Zealand international got Melbourne off to a blistering openings, scoring the first try of the match in Rounds 2, 18 and 19 and setting the tone for his side.

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