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This week Melbourne Storm will look back at five of the best tries scoring during the 2015 season.

We continue our countdown with Marika Koroibete.

3. Marika Koroibete (Round 4 v Cowboys)

The sight of Marika Koroibete dashing down the sideline was one that happened frequently in 2015, with the Fijian international scoring a collection of brilliant individuals tries this year.

Koroibete’s first memorable try came in Round 4 against the North Queensland Cowboys at 1300Smiles Stadium.

The fleet-footed winger leaped to seize a kick from Johnathan Thurston before breaking three tackles and embarking on a length of the field run to score his second try in as many games.

Koroibete finished his 2015 campaign as Melbourne’s leading try scorer, having crossed over 16 times in 23 games.


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