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The Marzhew numbers that match some of the best

Greg Marzhew returned to the NRL with a bang.

The 25-year-old forced his way back into the Titans starting side after five weeks in the reserves and showcased what he could do, especially with ball in hand.

Marzhew notched 272 run metres, 93 of those post contact, and scored a try in arguably his most complete performance.

Marzhew monsters his way through Souths defence

His performance received praise from Coach Justin Holbrook.

"Greg Marzhew was fantastic ... he was terrific today," Holbrook said. 

"After freshening him up and him working hard on his game he came back in and made an impact."

That impact included 15 tackle breaks.

In his 10 games across 2022, Marzhew has shown just how hard he is to contain.

The Titans winger sits equal second with Moses Suli from the Dragons on 74 tackle breaks for the season, having played three less games.  James Tedesco is on top with 85, having also played three more games.  Marzhew sits above some of the game's most damaging players including Siosifa Talakai, Joseph Manu, Haumole Olakau'atu, Josh Addo-Carr, Cameron Munster and Kotoni Staggs.

His 6.6 tackle breaks per game is the highest average in the competition.

From the Field: Greg Marzhew

Jai Arrow holds the Titans record for run metres in a single game, with a massive 290 metres gained against Cronulla in 2019.

Both Marzhew and Titans Captain Tino Fa'asuamaleaui have threatened to break that record with outstanding performances throughout 2022.

Aside from his attacking stats, Marzhew conceded only one missed tackle in the performance against the Rabbitohs, highlighting (as Holbook eluded to) the time spent working on his craft.


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