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Backing up his outstanding debut season, Tohu Harris delivered another consistent year for Storm in 2014.

The 22-year old was one of four players to play every game for the season with his versatility allowing Craig Bellamy flexibility off the interchange bench. Adding to his skill set, Harris even assumed kicking duties in Round 4 after Storm skipper Cameron Smith’s late withdrawal.

Harris’ industrious style of play in 2014 saw the forward finish inside the top five at Melbourne for both hit ups and tackles made.

In just his second season of first-grade football, Harris played his 50th game, reaching the milestone in lightning speed having missed just one game since his Storm debut in Round 1, 2013.

Harris added to his international experience throughout the year, representing New Zealand in the mid-year ANZAC Test and will feature for the Kiwis in the Four Nations tournament starting on October 25.

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2014 ‘Moment’:

With Melbourne holding a narrow lead in a tight contest on the Gold Coast, Harris’ line break with just over five minutes left on the clock helped a youthful Storm outfit complete a memorable victory over the Titans. Causing the home side’s defence to backpedal, the forward’s strong run allowed Kurt Mann to score and secure two premiership points.

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