2014 marked Brett Stewart’s 12th season with the maroon and white. He brought up his 200th game last weekend against Canterbury, which is a testament to his career.
He scored 10 tries, including two tries in a man of the match performance against the Bulldogs at Brookvale Oval earlier in the season.
He continued his impressive try scoring record at Brookvale Oval, scoring six tries to take his total tally at the venue to 77 tries, just one away from Steve Menzies’ record of 78.
Brett Stewart ended the season with 20 try assists, fourth overall in the NRL behind Johnathan Thurston, Cooper Cronk and James Maloney.
His try scoring ability is freakish and with his speed and selection of passing, he consistently proves to be a huge threat to opposition defensive lines.
His combination with centre Steve Matai is something special, having set up a number of tries for his centre counterpart this season.