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)|