2014 Review: Ryan Hinchcliffe

Overview:

One of Melbourne’s most reliable performers, Ryan Hinchcliffe played every game for Melbourne in 2014 turning in yet another consistent season.

Having missed just three matches over the last three years, the versatile forward once again played a number of different roles for Craig Bellamy’s side when required, with his level of performance rarely dipping.

The 30-year old finished second behind Cameron Smith at the Club for tackles made during the year, highlighting his importance and security in defence.

Hinchcliffe also recorded his 150th game during the season achieving the milestone in Round 5 on the same day great mate Bryan Norrie ran out for his 100th Storm game.

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2014 Stats:

 

Games:

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Offloads:

Hinchcliffe

25

2

8

829

163

6

2014 ‘Moment’:

Ryan Hinchcliffe’s performance against Parramatta was one of many highlights during the lock’s season. Heavily involved from start to finish, the 30-year old played a big role in Storm’s 26-point victory which included a memorable try assist to Bryan Norrie.