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Three games was all Storm fans needed to realise that the future is well and truly bright at this Club.

Smith played at hooker in place of his namesake, scoring two tries and helping Storm to two crucial wins during an always difficult middle part of the season.

It is clear that his toughness and determination is unquestionable as he showed a refusal to be overawed at the highest level.

The 21-year-old also had a try assist, two line breaks and nine tackle busts during those three games.

Unfortunately a broken hand quashed any hopes of Smith claiming a bench spot in the NRL side once the Origin stars returned although he did make a comeback late in the season to feature in the finals for feeder side Sunshine Coast.

His performances during Origin were followed by a new four-year deal that will see him remain in Melbourne.

The sky is the limit for Smith so Storm fans will continue to watch his development closely.

Games played

Tries scored

Line Breaks

Try assists







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