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Tohu Harris

Captain - 2nd Row

Warriors

Player Bio

Height:
195 cm
Date of Birth:
07 January 1992
Weight:
112 kg
Birthplace:
Hastings, NZ
Age:
31
Nickname:
T
Debut Club:
Melbourne Storm
Date:
10 March 2013
Opposition:
St George Illawarra
Round:
1
Previous Club:
Melbourne Storm
Junior Club:
Tamatea Sports Club (rugby union)
Biography:

Tohu had been playing rugby union when he was signed by Melbourne after appearing in a trial the Storm ran in Wellington.

He went on to play for the Storm in the NYC from 2010-2012 before making his NRL debut in the opening round of the 2013 season. Earlier he had helped the Storm to win the World Club Challenge encounter with Leeds.

Harris also made his Kiwi debut in the Anzac Test in 2013 after initially being selected as 18th man.

The rangy back rower, also able to play at standoff (a position he has filled at Test level), quickly established himself as a first-choice player for the Storm under Craig Bellamy's tutelage, going on to play in the 2016 grand final loss to Cronulla before tasting premiership success in the 2017 decider against North Queensland.

'T' was a Kiwi regular between 2013 and 2016, featuring in New Zealand's 2014 Four Nations triumph and its 26-12 Anzac Test win in 2015 to complete a run of three straight victories over the Kangaroos. However, he hasn't appeared for the Kiwis since his 16th Test in 2016.

Off contract at the end of the 2017 season, he was signed by the Vodafone Warriors before the campaign started. Injuries restricted his output in 2017, leaving him with 117 appearances for the Storm plus his premiership ring.

Harris was hugely influential in his debut season in Auckland, playing 17 times and helping the Vodafone Warriors reach the NRL finals for the first time since 2011.

Injury limited him to just 13 appearances in 2019 but he was back with a vengeance in 2020 when he appeared in every one of the club's 20 games, the only player to do so. Operating as a middle forward, 'T' had an exceptional year being crowned the winner of the Simon Mannering Medal as the club's player of the year. He thrived on the added workload, topping 3400 metres at an average of 173 a game and making 845 tackles a game at an average of 39 a game.

Career By Season

Career By Season
Year Played Won Lost Drawn Win % Tries Goals Points Kicking Metres Kicking Metres Average Goal Conversion Rate Forced Drop Outs Linebreaks Offloads Tackles Made Missed Tackles Total Running Metres Average Running Metres Kick Return Metres Total Points Average Points
Storm 2013 25 15 9 1 60% 2 - 8 14 0.54 - - 2 9 726 31 2,528 101.12 57 707 28.0
Storm 2014 25 14 11 - 56% - 2 4 60 2.40 66.67% - 2 8 604 35 2,575 103.00 254 688 27.0
Storm 2015 26 15 11 - 58% 5 3 26 - - 75.00% - 6 12 831 49 3,075 118.28 1 1,253 48.0
Storm 2016 27 21 6 - 78% 8 2 36 58 2.16 50.00% 1 10 23 824 36 3,600 133.36 13 1,431 53.0
Storm 2017 14 11 3 - 79% 3 1 14 1 0.05 100.00% - 5 5 428 28 1,632 116.00 - 637 45.5
Warriors 2018 17 12 5 - 71% 2 - 8 77 4.51 - 1 2 15 588 42 1,982 116.00 22 857 50.4
Warriors 2019 13 5 8 - 38% 2 - 8 102 7.82 - 2 2 8 421 37 1,439 110.00 4 590 45.4
Warriors 2020 20 8 12 - 40% 1 - 4 20 1.02 - - 1 10 845 39 3,465 173.00 207 1,205 60.2
Warriors 2021 15 5 10 - 33% 3 - 12 - - - - 2 15 620 28 1,555 103.00 39 882 58.8
Warriors 2022 15 2 13 - 13% 1 - 4 - - - - 2 2 540 33 1,967 131.00 104 721 48.1

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