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Competition - NSWRL Intrust Super Premiership Semi Final No:1 - West Tigers v Wyong Roos - Sunday 11 September 2016, Pepper Stadium Penrith NSW - Photographer Shane Myers ©

Day by day, we take an in-depth look at every member of the 2016 Intrust Super Premiership NSW Team Of The Year. Fifth in the team is the left winger: Josh Addo-Carr

The flying winger set the Intrust Super Premiership NSW alight with his 19 tries for the Tigers on the back of his blistering speed and finishing ability and was fully deserving of the nine NRL games he got to play for the Tigers in 2016.

With an explosive turn of pace that gives him an unstoppable ability to break tackles, Addo-Carr made the most line-breaks for the Tigers in just 15 games in the Intrust Super Premiership NSW. He also scored six tries in his time in the top grade, including a four-pointer on debut against the Melbourne Storm, who immediately took noticed and signed him for 2017. As he continues to develop in defence, he is widely tipped to flourish under Craig Bellamy's system in the Victorian capital.

Along with Ottio, Addo-Carr headed up the try scorers’ list this season and in the Team Of The Year forms an NRL-quality partnership alongside the PNG flyer. In just his first year at his childhood club, the 21-year-old wasted little time in showing his class throughout the competition.

Fresh Faces Going Places | Josh Addo-Carr

Read the full review of the Wests Tigers' season

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