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He was on the pitch for just 18 minutes but young Rabbitoh Angus Crichton made the most of it as he managed to grab his first career NRL try in last night's (Saturday's) clash with the Melbourne Storm.

Starting the second half with a 6-0 lead, your Rabbitohs found themselves on the back foot after a resurgent Storm side laid on two quick tries in 12 minutes to take the lead at 6-10.

The Rabbitohs hit back to reclaim the lead when Angus Crichton successfully competed to win possession from Adam Reynolds' lofted cross field kick and ground the ball under pressure.

It was a spectacular fashion to grab his maiden NRL try in his fourth game for the Rabbitohs.

Re-live Crichton's milestone try in the video player above.

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