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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

Acknowledgement of Country

Melbourne Storm respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.