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Season Review | Angus Crichton

There weren't too many players more adaptable than Angus Crichton in 2020, who was always willing to do whatever was required for his team during a tough campaign. 

Crichton started the season training at the left centre after an ACL injury to Billy Smith ruled him out for the year, only to return to his second row position with the addition of Josh Morris and shining. 

There was never a moment that Crichton looked uncomfortable throughout the year, whether he was needed in the centres, the second row or at lock at the back end of the season. 

His toughness was a standout, but it was also evident that Crichton was willing to take on whatever role happened to be thrown his way at any given moment. 

In the end, he was awarded with selection in Brad Fittler's Blues squad and even started two games in the 2020 series. 

The 24 year old gun second rower will enter his third season with the Club in 2020 and look for even more improvement in his young first grade career. 

SEASON RECAP

PHOTO OF THE YEAR

Crichton celebrates putting his side on the board.
Crichton celebrates putting his side on the board.

HIGHLIGHT PLAY OF THE YEAR

VB Hard Earned Effort Round 2

OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE OF THE YEAR

Extended Highlights | Roosters v Knights

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Key stats: 7 tackle breaks, 170 running metres, 46 tackles

SEASON ACCOLADES

Steggles Try of the week: Round 4

Steggles Try of the week | Round 4

VB Hard Earned Effort: Round 2

VB Hard Earned Effort Round 2

OTHER ACCOLADES

  • New South Wales Blues selection
  • Ken Stephen Medal nominee