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Season review - Olam, Scott, Chambers, Seve

Justin Olam

A stunning breakout year for Juzzy who was called up to first grade in round 15 after a string of impressive performances at feeder level.

Plays with seemingly no sense of self-preservation and his fearless style has won him countless fans in Melbourne, while thousands more watch him every week in rural PNG where he is fast becoming a cult hero.

Scored a hat-trick at Lottoland in round 24 and scored seven tries fromĀ 14 appearances.

Has cemented his place in the NRL side.

Curtis Scott

A rollercoaster year for Scott - his season might be best encapsulated by our round nine win over the Eels. In the same 80 minutes he scored an incredible length-of-the-field try and suffered an ankle injury that would sideline him for the next 14 rounds.

Determined to be available for selection come finals time, his hard work on the training track and powerful running for the Falcons was rewarded when he earned a recall for our semi-final against the Eels.

Scored three tries in nine appearances and averaged 121 metres per game.

Will Chambers

The club stalwart started in 22 games this season and in all three State of Origin matches, a testament to his longevity as one of the best centres in the league.

His versatility has always been a feature of his game and came to the fore during his final season of rugby league - twice started on the wing and played off the bench in our semi-final against Parramatta.

Our minor premiership capped an incredibly successful 11 years in the purple jersey for a respected leader.

Marion Seve

Played six minutes off the interchange bench in his NRL debut in round two and the short glimpse of his hard running earned him 14 minutes of game time in round three before he went on to start in 10 games this season.

Overcame adversity away from the footy field to play elite rugby league and his resilience made his successful breakout season even sweeter.

Scored four tries, made six line breaks, 18 tackle breaks and had two try assists to his name.

Acknowledgement of Country

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