This week Melbourne Storm will look back at five of the best tries scoring during the 2015 season.
We continue our countdown with Will Chambers.
2. Will Chambers (Round 5 v Warriors)
Damaging outside back Will Chambers was at his consistent best in 2015, missing only one game for the club over the duration of the season.
The 27-year old Maroons and Kangaroos representative scored a handful of crucial tries for Melbourne, including his Round 5 effort against the Warriors at AAMI Park.
Six minutes into the second half, Cooper Cronk placed a chip kick in the path of Billy Slater, who returned the ball back to Cronk, only for the halfback to find Kevin Proctor with an overhead pass.
Proctor charged towards the line before delivering the ball to Mahe Fonua, who broke a tackle, which led to a try assisting layoff to Will Chambers, capping off a frenetic attacking sequence.
Chambers finished the season as Storm’s second highest try scorer behind Marika Koroibete, ending his campaign with 10.
Watch Chambers' clinical finish against the Warriors, starting at 2:10.