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Lantrak Man of the Match: Round 9

A standout performer in a losing side has seen Michael Chee Kam named the Lantrak Man of the Match from Wests Tigers clash with the New Zealand Warriors.

Brought off the bench after six minutes after Chris Lawrence succumb to injury, Chee Kam was immense against the Warriors — running for a team high 190 metres off his 18 runs.

The 190 metres are the most by an individual off the bench for Wests Tigers in over five years.

Chee Kam also added 32 tackles, seven tackle breaks and an offload to his 190 metres (68 of which came post-contact), and he can certainly hold his head high despite his side's disappointing defeat.

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