Mitch Who? Gorman Steps into Try Scoring Shoes

Daily Examiner (Grafton, Australia), June 16, 2015 | Go to article overview

Mitch Who? Gorman Steps into Try Scoring Shoes


Byline: Bill North sport@dailyexaminer.com.au

LEADING TRYSCORERS

After 8 rounds

12: Shayde Perham (Comets)

11: Mitch Gorman (Ghosts)

8: Jay Melrose (Roosters), Jade Duroux (Rebels), Dwayne Duke (Rebels)

7: Shannon Murphy (Axemen), Jeremy Taylor (Sea Eagles), Raih Woodley (Ghosts)

6: Chris Carr (Rebels), Roy Bell (Rebels), John Oakes (Comets), Peter Bula (Sea Eagles)

NEVER mind Mitch Lollback. Grafton Ghosts have another Mitch piling on the tries in 2015.

Mitch Gorman has risen from obscurity this season to fill one of the backline positions vacated by the exodus of the likes of Lollback, who is playing for Manly Wynnum Seagulls in the Queensland Cup on the back of his record 45-try season in 2014

The speedy winger dived over for two second-half tries in his side's 36-4 win over Orara Valley Axemen at McGuren Field on Sunday. The double moves his tally to 11 for the season.

The key to the 20-year-old's game is his pace and agility, which saw him represent Northern Eagles at the National Touch League earlier this year.

However, despite being part of the Reserve Grade side's 2014 premiership win, it was not until late in the season when he switched from hooker to the wing that he was truly able to exploit his strengths. …

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