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Season Review: Bradman Best

Bradman was at his devastating 'best' in 2021 with an array of standout performances.

Having formed a dynamic duo with Enari Tuala on the left edge, the centre contributed three tries and six try-assists in 17 appearances.

Although slightly hampered by injuries, Best played the most amount of games in a single season so far in his career in 2021.

Best has just completed his third season at the top level.

He shot out of the blocks in the early parts of the year with impressive showings against the Bulldogs and Warriors in the early rounds.

A nasty syndesmosis injury sidelined him for six weeks, however the Central Coast junior made his presence felt in his return in Round 20, right on time for the Knights charge towards September.

Best dips into his bag of tricks to set up Hunt

Best ran for over 2000 metres in 2021 at an average of 121 metres per game.

Along with his nine try-involvements, 'The Brick' made 30 tackle breaks and six line breaks.

Bradman also had a tackle efficiency completion of 90.3%

Still at the tender age of 20 and boasting an incredible work ethic, Bradman will look to continue his development and soar to new heights in 2022.