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Reuben Garrick's feats one for the record books

Reuben Garrick’s phenomenal feats in Manly’s 75th anniversary year will ensure his name will forever remain in the Sea Eagles record books.

The 24-year-old winger is charging up the club's record books at a blistering rate in a superb season for the Sea Eagles.

A 28 point haul through three tries and eight goals in last night's 56-10 win over the Parramatta Eels saw Garrick became the highest points scorer for 'Most Points in a Season' for the Sea Eagles on 268 points.

The previous record of 257 points was held by premiership winning international full-back Matthew Ridge in 1995.

The 28 points also saw Garrick join Graham Eadie (1973), Ridge (1995) and Matt Orford (2007) in second place for most points in a match. 

The record of 30 points in a match is shared by Ron Rowles (1954), Ridge (1996) and Garrick, who scored two tries and 11 goals against Canterbury at Bankwest Stadium this season.

This season alone, Garrick has scored 20 tries and kicked 94 goals in 21 matches to be the NRL's leading points scorer on 268 points with three rounds remaining before the finals.

Garrick is also in 12th position on the list of players to have scored more than 500 points for Manly. He has already passed Bob Fulton's tally of 510 points with Eadie holding the record of 1917 points.

Rugby league tries went from being worth three points a game to four points in 1983.

Garrick has now scored 560 points from 40 tries and 200 goals in 64 matches in his three seasons at Manly.

Most Points in a Season 

268* Reuben Garrick (20T, 94G) 2021

257 Matthew Ridge (11T, 106G, 1FG) 1995

242 Graham Eadie (14T, 100G) 1975

242 Jamie Lyon (16T, 89G) 2013

234 Matthew Ridge (5T, 106G, 2FG) 1994

233 Graham Eadie (9T, 103G) 1976

226 Graham Eadie (7T, 99G) 1983

221 Ron Rowles (13T, 91G) 1954

220 Ron Rowles (12T, 92G) 1951

216  Graham Eadie (10T, 93G) 1974


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