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Season Review | Angus Crichton

After spending some time finding his feet at the Sydney Roosters, Angus Crichton well and truly came into his own in 2019.

He finished the season in scintillating form, proving near impossible to tackle and was a powerhouse on the defensive end of the field. 

After spending some time on the interchange bench in the middle of the season, Crichton returned to the starting line-up in Round 20 and was electric for the remaining games of the year.

In Round 21 he had a season high nine tackle breaks against the Canberra Raiders, then followed up that performance with a Fan Voted Man Of The Match performance in a big win over the New Zealand Warriors in Round 22.

His season ended with a Premiership victory and a call-up to start for the Junior Kangaroos against France. 

STATS

PHOTO OF THE YEAR

Angus Crichton celebrates his team making it to the NRL Grand Final after a win over the Melbourne Storm.
Angus Crichton celebrates his team making it to the NRL Grand Final after a win over the Melbourne Storm.

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE OF THE YEAR

Match Highlights | Roosters v Warriors

Round 22, Roosters v Warriors

Key stats: 3 try assists, 1 line break, 119 running metres, 28 tackles, 0 missed

SEASON ACCOLADES

Fan Voted Man Of The Match: Round 22

Steggles Try of the week: Round 7

Steggles Try of the week | Round 7

MusclePharm Moment: Round 4

MusclePharm Moment | Round 4