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Season Review: Tautau Moga

It was a disappointing 2018 for Tautau Moga.

The centre arrived at the nib Newcastle Knights following a breakout 2017 with Brisbane.

Moga started the year where he'd left off at the Broncos but it was cut short just three minutes into the Round 4 clash against St George Illawarra.

Moga tore his ACL scoring a try.

The ACL injury was the fourth of his young career.

Mann's goal for 2019

While his time on the field was limited, he crossed for two tries and the 24-year-old is on the comeback trail, eager to make a successful return in 2019.

2018 Moment of the Year: Try against Canberra

In limited time on the field, Moga showed signs of why the Knights brought him to the Club.

He's a strong centre who can sniff out a try.

In only four game, Moga scored two tries – one being the reason he tore his ACL, but his try against Canberra in Round 2 was his finest moment in 2018.

Ponga received the ball on the left edge, 10 metres from the line.

Fitzgibbon ran a decoy and the defender committed to him, leaving a three on two opportunity for the Knights.

Ponga drew in one defender and popped a short ball to a hard running Moga.

The centre ran onto the ball with some serious flare and was never going to be stopped.

Brown’s positional plan for Mann

It was Moga's best game.

He ran for 106 metres, made a line break and produced two-line break assists for Nathan Ross.

2018 season stats:

Games: 4
Avg running metres: 73m
Tackles made: 17 (58.1% efficiency)
Tries: 2
Line breaks: 3
Offloads: 0
Tackle breaks: 3