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Nathan Brown showed another side of his skillset in last night's (Friday) clash with the Parramatta Eels when he crashed over for his first career NRL try after carrying the ball a frantic 25 metres.

After lining himself up for what would have been a staunch hit-up, Brown was forced to quickly adjust his run to play support to an Alex Johnston line break set up by the quick hands of Luke Keary.

Brown's supporting run paid off when he took possession of the ball 25 metres out from the Eels line and raced away to score his first career NRL try under the posts.

The try topped off an impressive performance from Nathan Brown in his second season with the Club with the energetic forward running for 116 metres, making 28 tackles and an offload in his time on the field.

Get to know more about Nathan Brown in his Rabbitohs player profile here!

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