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An incredible season for the Storm No.3 saw him re-assert himself as the best centre in the game.

Chambers was immovable in defence on the right edge whilst also scoring seven tries of his own.

This year also saw the 29-year-old put an injury-plagued 2016 behind him to reclaim his Australian and Queensland jersey.

His return to the State of Origin arena midway through the year also coincided with re-signing a new three-year deal to remain in Melbourne.

Chambers made more runs than any other teammate this season whilst averaging 129 metres per game.

He was fittingly rewarded by being crowned Storm’s Best Back for the first time in his career.

Chambers also played his 150th NRL and Storm game when he lined up against the Bulldogs in Round 1.

If 2017 was the season in which Chambers returned to his best, next season could see him reach a whole new level.

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Great result tonight. Topped of meeting this legend. #purplepride #thefossel

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