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Take a look back at the highlights for Mitch Brown from season 2014, including his stats.

Mitch Brown joined the Bulldogs mid-way through the 2012 season, before an ACL injury early in the season saw him play no games in 2012 and gave the young winger a chance to recover and improve whilst the Bulldogs charged to a Minor Premiership and Grand Final appearance.

Brown made 24 appearances for the Bulldogs in 2013 and found plenty of success with a career best 12 tries during a tough campaign by the Canterbury side.

Brown made 24 appearances for the club in 2014 and finished the season with 10 tries next to his name.

He was hampered with a knee injury mid-way through the year and was called upon throughout the season to play multiple roles in the backline.

His season was capped off with a Grand Final and although he doesn’t leave the club with a premiership, he does leave the club with plenty of good memories.

Mitch leaves the club at season’s end to take up a two year deal at the Cronulla Sharks.

He leaves the club with 48 games and 22 tries next to his name.


TOTAL RUNS 250 (averaged 11 per game)
TOTAL RUN METRES 2258 (averaged 98.2m per game)
KICK RETURN METRES 606 (averaged 26.3m per game)


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