Infotainment Factory: 'Phenomenal' Arrow almost joins 300-club

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Saturday, 23 March 2019

'Phenomenal' Arrow almost joins 300-club


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Despite his side only managing one try in the opening two rounds of the NRL, Titans forward Jai Arrow has come up with a monster performance almost worthy of joining the NRL's prestigious 300 club.

Just a week after Cowboys' man-mountain Jason Taumalolo broke his own personal best record for running metres against the Dragons, Arrow showed he wasn't about to let his side's dismal form get in the way of another strong performance.

Arrow racked up crazy numbers in his side's 20-6 loss against the Sharks, making 299 metres from 28 runs, along with 23 tackles, seven tackle breaks, four offloads and two line breaks in what was his best performance in his 47-game NRL career.

NRL Press Conference: Garth Brennan - Round 2

Taumalolo became just the second forward on record (1999-2019) to crack the 300 metre mark last week, making 301.

The only other player to do that in a match was Canterbury's Steve Price, who did it twice in 2007.

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“Who’s the stats man, give him an extra metre?” Brett Finch said on Fox League commentary.

“To run 300 metres is amazing.”

“Jai Arrow outstanding, couldn’t have done any more for his team,” Danny Buderus said.

Fox commentator Matt Nable added: “I don’t know who does the voting for the Dally M but he’d have to go close to the three.”

“He’d have to,” Buderus agreed.

Despite his side only managing one try in the opening two rounds of the NRL, Titans forward Jai Arrow has come up with a monster performance almost worthy of joining the NRL's prestigious 300 club.

Just a week after Cowboys' man-mountain Jason Taumalolo broke his own personal best record for running metres against the Dragons, Arrow showed he wasn't about to let his side's dismal form get in the way of another strong performance.

Arrow racked up crazy numbers in his side's 20-6 loss against the Sharks, making 299 metres from 28 runs, along with 23 tackles, seven tackle breaks, four offloads and two line breaks in what was his best performance in his 47-game NRL career.

NRL Press Conference: Garth Brennan - Round 2

Taumalolo became just the second forward on record (1999-2019) to crack the 300 metre mark last week, making 301.

The only other player to do that in a match was Canterbury's Steve Price, who did it twice in 2007.

https://twitter.com/dloudon9/status/1109332363685711872?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfwhttps://twitter.com/stevezemek/status/1109323412529401856?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

“Who’s the stats man, give him an extra metre?” Brett Finch said on Fox League commentary.

“To run 300 metres is amazing.”

“Jai Arrow outstanding, couldn’t have done any more for his team,” Danny Buderus said.

Fox commentator Matt Nable added: “I don’t know who does the voting for the Dally M but he’d have to go close to the three.”

“He’d have to,” Buderus agreed.

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