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Season in Review: Nick Meaney

It was another impressive and consistent year for Nick Meaney in only his second season in the purple jersey. 

Finding home in Melbourne Storm’s vacant fullback position, Meaney’s outstanding effort in all 25 of his in-season appearances saw him sitting comfortably as the NRL’s second highest point scorer (222) and goal kicker (91) for the year that was. 

A characteristically solid start to the season saw the 26-year-old take home the prized Spirit of ANZAC Medal following the Club’s annual clash with the Warriors.

With form never faltering, the recognition continued right through the end of the season as Storm’s members selected him as the 2023 RedZed Members Player of the Year. 

Ending the season with a total 10 tries, 11 try-assists, 91 tackle-breaks and the most total run metres in the squad with 3,694 – the Ballina Seagulls junior shows prospects for yet another exciting year ahead. 

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