Talented playmaker Brock Lamb was a standout for the North Sydney Bears in the first half of the 2019 Canterbury Cup NSW season.
The young gun had a memorable moment early in the season during a Round 3 clash with Wentworthville when he slotted a field goal in the 79th minute to clutch a 21-20 victory.
Although he wasn’t at North Sydney for a complete season, he certainly made an impact, totalling 111 points, five tries, 887 run metres, five line breaks and 22 tackle breaks.
At the time, he led the Canterbury Cup NSW competition in kicking metres and was their goal-kicker, helping the side to ten victories on his watch.
His last game for the Bears was in Round 18 against Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles and he left it all the field, kicking four from five field goals and scoring back-to-back tries in the second half.
Lamb joined the Roosters last season in the hopes of becoming their long-term halfback following the departure of Cooper Cronk but instead he played 16 games for the Bears and was released in July last year to take up an offer with the London Broncos.
The former Newcastle Knight played just over 30 NRL games in total, after making his debut for the Knights in 2016 and was a member of their senior ranks in the subsequent years.