After representing his country, his state and claiming the Jack Gibson Medal for his club, it’s hard to find anything negative to say about Boyd Cordner in 2015.

Another outstanding season sees Cordner as one of the benchmark backrowers in the NRL, with plenty of years ahead of him to get better.

After feeling his way into the season early, it became common to see Cordner in the highlight reels.

Whether it was the big shot he put on Justin Horro, the try-saving tackle on Dave Taylor, the exceptional offload to Jake Friend to put him over the line or his incredible put-down against the Broncos.

The Vice-Captain was particularly good when both Mitchell Pearce and Jared Waerea-Hargreaves were sidelined with injury, showing his willingness to lead by example when someone needed to step up.

With the effort he puts in, there is no reason he won’t be just as, if not more lethal next season.

TOTALS:

Played - 22 | Tries - 6 | Running Metres – 2594 | Line Breaks – 3 | Try Assists – 4

STANDOUT PERFORMANCE:

ROUND 9- v Tigers | Running metres- 150 | Tackles- 29 | Line Breaks- 1 | Try Assists- 1 | Tries- 1