With the retirement of Anthony Minichiello at the end of the 2014 season, it was time for Roger Tuivasa-Sheck to make his long awaited move into the number 1 jersey.

Tuivasa-Sheck was a shining light almost instantly, showing his skills right from the start of the season.

Even with the announcement of his departure from the Club after Round 5, the quality of football played never dropped.

He broke the record for most metres run in a season, averaging just under 230 metres per game at the end of the regular season.

Though he no longer wears a Roosters jersey, he did the Club proud in season 2015, lighting up highlight reels and stat sheets every time he stepped foot on the field.

TOTALS

Played - 24 | Tries - 11 | Line Breaks – 15 | Try Assists – 12 | Running Metres – 5,507

STANDOUT PERFORMANCE

ROUND 25– vs Sea Eagles | Hit Ups – 21 | Line Breaks – 1 |Try Assists – 3 | Running Metres – 241