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Konrad Hurrell of the Warriors breaks the tackles on his way to score a try. Round 16 NRL Telstra Premiership game, Vodafone Warriors v Penrith Panthers, Mt Smart Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand. Sunday 29th June 2014. Photo:

Blockbusting centre Konrad Hurrell once again provided plenty of material for the Vodafone Warriors' highlights reel with his deeds during the 2014 NRL season.

He finished his third first-grade campaign with 12 tries in 17 appearances lifting his career tally to 37 from 56 games in the top flight.

The Tongan destroyer was also among the leaders in key attacking statistics. He totalled 2233 metres from 196 runs, an average of 118 metres a game, one of seven players to average 100 or more metres (Manu Vatuvei was the best with 149 metres).

Hurrell was top for most line breaks with 16 (ahead of Vatuvei 15, Sam Tomkins 11 and Shaun Johnson 10) and second for most tackle breaks with 76 behind Tomkins who had 100.


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