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Yearbook 2021: Secret Weapons

Chris Lewis

In 20 appearances this season Lewi averaged 39 minutes off the bench. He scored two tries, made 9 offloads and tackled at 93% efficiency. His stint at five-eighth in round 11 showed his versatility - his stats sheet that match included a line break, a try, 134 kicking metres and a forced dropout.

Dean Ieremia

Promoted to our top 30 squad two days after scoring a try in our pre-season trial against Newcastle, Dean went on to make 10 appearances this year. The speedster busted through 21 tackles, scored six tries and averaged 97 running metres. A Victorian talent who came up through the Thunderbolts system, we already can't wait to see more of him in 2022.

From 18th-man to your first NRL try in a matter of seconds

Tom Eisenhuth

Promoted to the club's Emerging Leaders group this season, Tom played in 17 first-grade games. It was another injury interrupted year for Tommy but he made the most of his game time; scoring four tries, breaking 18 tackles, making three line breaks and tackling at 92% efficiency.

Eisenhuth reacts first to the loose ball

Aaron Pene

In limited game time (he averaged 33 minutes in his 9 appearances) Aaron busted through 10 tackles, powered to 304 post contact metres andĀ averaged 8 hit ups. Tackled at 92% efficiency and averaged 86 metres.

Post match with Aaron Pene