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Mr. Consistency lived up to his nickname in 2016, playing every game of the season for a third consecutive year.

Tohu Harris played more minutes than any other Storm player and ranked fourth at the Club for tackles.

The Kiwi representative also scored eight tries this season, more than doubling his career tally.

Harris proved he is arguably the most versatile player in rugby league, filling in at various positions including centre, five-eighth as well as his customary second row.

If there was a job Craig Bellamy needed done he would often turn to Harris to do it.

Averaging 133 metres and 27 tackles per game, his relentless work ethic is up there amongst the best in the competition.

That was proven in the Grand Final when he made 46 tackles, the second most of any player on the ground.

Despite being just 24, Harris reached his 100 game milestone in Round 26 having missed just one game since making his debut in 2013.







Tohu Harris






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