2019 was shaping up as a promising year for 21-year-old back rower Beau Fermor.
Having battled his way into the Canterbury Cup side in 2018, Fermor became a mainstay in the squad this season, making 15 appearances in the competition.
Fermor proved to be damaging in attack throughout the year, notching up four tries, four line-breaks and one line break assist in an impressive season. He also provided terrific go-forward, running for an average of 120 metres per game.
He proved to be just as vital to the team’s defensive line, making 454 tackles at an efficiency of 91.6%.
Fermor’s good form saw him consistently knocking on the door for an NRL debut and he was even named 19th man for the round 20 clash with Parramatta.
Unfortunately for Fermor, his season was ended early when he ruptured his Anterior Cruciate Ligament against Wentworthville.
Despite the setback, Fermor is currently working hard in rehabilitation with an eye on being fit for the beginning of the 2020 season.