Season Review | Shaun Kenny-Dowall

There was a  re-shuffle in the backline in 2015 that saw Shaun Kenny-Dowall shift from Centre to Wing, and that might have been just what he needed to re-invigorate his devastating try scoring ability. 

In 20 appearances for the Roosters this year, Kenny-Dowall scored 17 tries, making him the third highest try scorer in the 2015 NRL season.

In Round 15 against the Dragons, Shaun Kenny-Dowall collected a double.

The first try would see him equal Bill Mullins as the second highest try-scoring Roosters player of all time, while the second try saw him sitting in that position on his own.

If he can keep this try scoring form going over the seasons to come, he may even pass the great Anthony Minichiello for the top spot.

TOTALS:

Played - 20 | Tries - 17 | Hitups – 30 | Line Breaks – 12 | Running Metres – 2739

STANDOUT PERFORMANCE:

ROUND 15- v Dragons | Running Metres- 156 | Runs- 15 | Line Breaks- 1 | Tries- 2