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Season Snapshot: Nathan Cleary

It was another massive year for the Panthers superstar. 

Here is how his 2024 campaign panned out.

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  • 2023 NRL Premiership winner
  • Clive Churchill Medal (second time)
  • Top 5 in Dally M Medal
  • State of Origin appearance for NSW 
  • Selection in Australia squad (withdrew due to injury)


All the best photos of Nathan Cleary from the 2023 season...


Appearances – 22
Tries – 8
Goals – 89/106 (84%)
Try assists – 20
Line-break assists – 18
Offloads – 34
Forced drop outs – 22
Average kicking metres – 483.1
Running metres – 2765 (avg. 125)
Tackles made – 381
Tackle efficiency – 87.8%


This one is pretty obvious...

Nathan Cleary's Premiership-winning try


Rugby League Immortal Andrew Johns declared Nathan Cleary as ‘the best player in the world’ and said he can take his game to a new level.

It was around the early 2000s when I thought I got to that level. I was about 25 or 26, Nathan is the same age. The next four or five years, fingers crossed he stays injury free, you are going to see a different player. You are going to see a player totally elevate himself in the game. So the ceiling, who knows where he gets to. Who knows how good he can get.

NRL Immortal Andrew Johns


It was a big year for Cleary, both on and off the field. He was named GQ Man of the Year...

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