St George Illawarra Dragons Centre Gerard Beale was one of only two first-grade players to don the famous Red V jersey for every fixture in 2014.

Beale scored ten tries from his 24 appearances for the Dragons as well as making 32 tackle breaks, nine line breaks and five try assists.

He made an average of 11.4 runs a game, which gave him an average of 99.9 metres per game.

Click To Watch Mike Cooper Discuss & Reflect Upon Season 2014!

The New Zealand international made a total of 273 runs this year, and made a total of 2,397 metres, the third most of any Dragon.

Beale scored his tenth and final try of the season in his second game deputising as fulback against the Gold Coast Titans in Round 24.

This marked the first time in Club history that two New Zealander players had both scored ten tries each for the Dragons as winger Jason Nightingale scored 16 tries of his own respectively.