Re-live the 2014 season of Sam Perrett that ended in him been awarded the Dr George Peponis Medal alongside James Graham for player of the year.
Sam Perrett was given the number one jersey as the beginning of the season and with many external people questioning the move, the Kiwi International took the opportunity with both hands and had a stellar season at the back for the club.
He was one of the most consistent players throughout 2014 and his form was rewarded with being named player of the year alongside James Graham.
Perrett played 24 games for the club, with a knee injury mid-way through the year sidelining the fullback for four weeks.
Along the way, he notched up NRL game 200 in round 21 against the Panthers.
|TOTAL RUNS||346 (Averaged 15 per game)|
|TOTAL RUN METRES||3140 (Averaged 136.5m per game)|
|TOTAL KICK RETURN METRES||1300 (Averaged 56.5m per game)|