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2020 Season Review - Reagan Campbell-Gillard

In his first NRL season in the Blue & Gold, prop Reagan Campbell-Gillard had consistently strong form in his 21 games this season.

Making the move to the Eels after five seasons with the Penrith Panthers, RCG slotted into the Eels forward pack and laid a solid platform in every game he played.

Season in Review: Reagan Campbell Gillard
Games: 21
Tries: 1
Tackle Breaks: 25
Post Contact Metres: 1393.6
Average Hit Ups: 14.3
Tackles: 631 at 90.2% tackle efficiency
Average Running Metres per game: 164

2020 Season Highlights: Reagan Campbell-Gillard

Campbell-Gillard had an average 14.3 hit ups per game, with an average of 164 run metres per game. The prop showed off his huge motor with a memorable 80 minute performance against the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles in Round 10 where he ran for 297m and made 47 tackles.

He scored a long-range try against the Wests Tigers that had the Eels fans on their feet as he sliced and swerved his way to the try line after a 50m effort.

He finished the season with 25 tackle breaks and 1393.6 post contact metres.

Down the defensive end, he made 631 tackles at 90.2% tackle efficiency.

His strong form also saw Campbell-Gillard re-selected in the NSW Blues State of Origin squad, having earnt Origin representative honours with one game in 2018.