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Skipper Jamie Lyon enjoyed yet another stellar season as he led the Sea Eagles to their tenth consecutive finals appearance after finishing equal first with the Roosters.

The always-reliable centre tallied a total of 170 points for the season on his way to exceeding Bob Batty (1156) as the club’s second highest points scorer in history.

He scored seven tries and helped set up eight tries, in which the majority were for winger Peta Hiku, who was the beneficiary of a fast moving backline in 2014.

Age is no barrier for the 32-year-old former international. The centre seems to be getting better as he matures.

His experience and leadership on and off the field is irreplaceable. Lyon’s composure at the pressure moments has a flow on effect on his teammates. 

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