Josh's 32nd minute try was his 100th in his NRL career, meaning he and Brett became the first set of siblings to both secure the feat.
Bulldogs centre Josh Morris has vented his frustrations after being denied a potentially match-changing try in the 60th minute of his side's 28-12 elimination final loss to the Penrith Panthers on Sunday afternoon.
Josh Morris spoke with the media on Wednesday morning about his twin brother Brett ahead of the elimination final with the Panthers on Sunday at Allianz Stadium.
With a top four spot on the line, Canterbury players will be out for redemption when they host the Cowboys in their own Belmore backyard this Thursday night – just five weeks after losing 36-0 to a red-hot Cowboys up in Townsville.
Centre Josh Morris discusses the 10 point loss to the Brisbane Broncos and looks ahead to Round 25 at Belmore against the Cowboys.
Name: Josh Morris
Junior Club: Kiama Knights
Birthplace: St. George
What do you like to do away from football?
Away from football I like to catch up with mates and go to the beach.
What was your first job?
My first job was at the local Pizza Haven in Kiama making pizzas.
What are your goals in Rugby League?
My main goals in Rugby league would have to be to win a Grand Final with the Bulldogs with my brother Brett and to play at the highest level for the rest of my career.
What do you love about Rugby League?
The thing I love most about rugby league is playing with some of my best mates every day.
Who has been the biggest influence on your career?
My biggest influence would be my twin brother Brett, since we were kids we have always pushed each other to get to the NRL and he continues to inspire me every day.
What is your earliest league memory?
My earliest memory in rugby league would be when I was five and I would get annihilated every game because I was so tiny!
What is your best moment in league so far?
My best memory in rugby league would have to be representing Australia alongside my twin brother Brett.
Best piece of advice you have been given?
Tough times don’t last, tough people do.
What advice would you give to a young rugby league player?
You have to be prepared to make a lot of sacrifices to get to the top level.
Who is the player you looked up to as a kid and why?
The player I most looked up to was Paul McGregor; he was a truly great player and also my mentor coming through the lower grades when I started at the Dragons.
What are your memories of your first NRL game?
My first ever game was against the Titans at Suncorp in front of an absolutely packed stadium and it was boiling hot!
Favourite sportsman and why?
My favourite sportsman would have to be Michael Jordan, he is the greatest of all time.
What can’t you live without?
I would have to say sleep, sleep is great.
What player do you most enjoy playing with/against?
My favourite opponents would have to be Jamie Lyon, Justin Hodges and Greg Inglis.
What is the TV show you never miss?
I would never Miss Game of Thrones and Ballers. Winter is coming.
What is on your bucket list?
I would have to say travelling in the European Summer (Right in the middle of footy season!) with my partner.
If you could play another sport, what would it be?
I would play soccer.
If you weren’t playing league, what would you be doing?
If I wasn’t playing league I’m not sure what I would be doing, but it would be something outdoors.
How would you like to be remembered at the end of your career?
I would like to be remembered as a consistent player who always gave 100%.