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Vote For The MusclePharm Moment Of The Year

Throughout the season we've brought you the MusclePharm Moment of the week, and now it's time to choose the winner of the season!

MusclePharm Moment Of The Year Nominees

We've selected five options for you to choose from, and there can only be one winner!


Round 2 | A debut to remember: His father is considered one of the greats to wear the Tricolours jersey, which makes Lachlan Lam's debut a special one. 

His first career try assist was a pin-point kick to his captain in a win over the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles.

MusclePharm Moment | Round 2

Round 6 | One set to rule them all: The opening and only set of six in Golden Point when the Roosters faced the Melbourne Storm at AAMI Park was perfection. 

It started with a brilliant run from Sitili Tupouniua and ended with a clutch field goal from Latrell Mitchell. 

MusclePharm Moment | Round 6

Round 7 | Taukeiaho seals Anzac Day: In what was arguably the most dominant performance of the season, Siosiua Taukieaho took matters into his own hands to ensure the Roosters were victorious on Anzac Day.

To finish it off, his celebration will be played on highlight reels for years to come.

MusclePharm Moment Of The Year Winner

Round 18 | Icing the milestone: On his 150th NRL game for the Sydney Roosters, Daniel Tupou scored the final try of the match in the closing minutes of Round 18.

Tupou showed a rare piece of emotion, signifying his passion for the red, white and blue jersey.

MusclePharm Moment | Round 18

Round 23 | A determined debut: After sustaining a horror injury in 2018, Billy Smith made his long awaited NRL debut in 2019.

He scored a brilliant four-pointer in the opening stages of the match, which signified his return from injury and put him on the map as a future first grade prospect.

MusclePharm Moment | Round 23

Which moment wins the MusclePharm Moment of the year?


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