Craig Bellamy is not one who delivers praise lightly but when you receive it you can be assured it is well deserved.
On a night of near complete performances, Tohu Harris managed to stand out from the rest.
Everything clicked into gear for Storm as they recorded a memorable 42-0 ANZAC Day win over the Warriors.
Harris was at his brilliant best, leading the way with a game-high 228 metres after opened the scoring with the game’s first try on four minutes.
His effort was rightly award with the Spirit of ANZAC medal for being named best afield.
“He was outstanding. We had a lot of ball early and I remember asking how many runs he’d made. He’d had about seven in the first 12 minutes, that is a terrific work rate.” coach Craig Bellamy said.
“He’s been really consistent for us, he plays 80 minutes every week and his start to the game today really lead the way for us.
“He had a certain role there tonight, a little bit different to what he usually has and he went out and did it really well. We are proud of him tonight I am sure he is really proud to win the medal as well.”