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Anderson becomes #222

Storm outside back, Grant Anderson will make his NRL debut against the Roosters tonight, becoming the 222nd player to pull on the purple jersey. 

Growing up in Belmont, NSW, Anderson began his rugby league journey with the Central Charleston Junior Rugby League Club. The 22-year-old went on to make his Hostplus Cup debut with Northern Pride, before joining the Sunshine Coast Falcons at the beginning of the year. 

Standing at 187cm tall and weighing 92kg, Anderson will start in the centres becoming the Club’s sixth debutant of the 2022 season. 

Anderson also becomes the 22nd player to play for the Sunshine Coast Falcons before making their Melbourne Storm debut. For 17 of these players, it doubled as their NRL debut. 

He will become the ninth player to come directly from the Falcons system to play NRL for Storm following on from Ryley Jacks, Tui Kamikamica, Nicho Hynes, Tino Fa’asuamalaeui, Darryn Schonig, Chris Lewis, Trent Loiero and Tyson Smoothy. 

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