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2020 Season Review - Nathan Brown

Eels lock Nathan Brown had another strong season in the Blue & Gold, playing in 18 appearances this season. 

Season In Review: Nathan Brown
Games: 18
Tries: 1
Tackle Breaks: 22
Offloads: 30
Tackles: 664 at 90.1% tackle efficiency
Average hit ups per game: 15.4
Average Running Metres per game: 158

2020 Season Highlights: Nathan Brown

The hard-running, aggressive lock was a stand out in the Eels forward pack, consistently showing a high work rate in the middle of the field.

Brown finished the year with 1 try (scoring for the Eels against the Storm in the Qualifying Final), 22 tackle breaks and 30 offloads (finishing ninth on the NRL tally for the most offloads this season; the fourth Eels player in the top ten).

He also ran for an average of 158m per game with 15.4 hit ups every game on average.

Down the defensive end, his workload remained high with 664 tackles at 90.1% tackle efficiency.

His strong season was rewarded with selection in the NSW Blues squad ahead of the 2020 State of Origin series.

The lock played his 100th NRL game in the Eels Semi Final clash against the South Sydney Rabbitohs.