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After a stint out of the Storm side earlier in the year, 2022 has proved to be a year of improvement for Marion Seve who hopes his journey can continue in the purple jersey. 

Making his first appearance in tough conditions at Suncorp Stadium during a Magic Round match-up against Penrith, Seve has continued to grow in confidence with each match. The centre recorded his twelfth straight game of the season in Thursday night’s 16-0 win over the reigning premiers, a career-best consecutive games streak. 

“The more games I play, the more confidence I get,” Seve beamed after the Round 22 clash. 

“Just listening to our coaches, blocking outside noise, because they're there every day of the week, 

“They know who's capable of what when we run out there on the field so I’m just building that confidence week by week.” 

Seve’s ‘one day a time’ mentality has shown in his on-field performance.  

So far, the centre’s 2022 statistics read as the best first-grade effort of his career. 244 tackles with a 91% tackle efficiency, alongside three tries demonstrate a consistent improvement for the Samoan native. 

Maz post-match chat: Round 22

Only on a development contract, Seve feels he has shown what he can bring to the field and hopes he can keep it that way in purple. 

Every week, I run out and I know I’m playing for something

Marion Seve

“I’ve just got to keep striving, keep working hard and hopefully I can stay here. 

“I love this Club...It’s the best system in the whole world.” 

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