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Wests Tigers forward Stefano Utoikamanu delivered a strong performance from start to finish to help his side over the line in Round 21 against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs.

Starting up front for just the sixth time in his career, the 21-year-old prop produced arguably his best individual performance in the NRL — running for 160 metres off 15 carries, with 61 of those metres coming after first contact.

Utoikamanu also added five tackle breaks, before finishing the day with a 94.7% tackle efficiency rate from his 38 attempted tackles.

Wests Tigers will look to make it back-to-back wins and keep their finals hopes alive when they take on the North Queensland Cowboys this Saturday in Round 22.

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