He was one of the best hookers in the game in 2014 but we’re not too sure where that went this year for James Segeyaro despite there being more pressure on his position than ever before.
PLAYER RATING: 6/10
Penalties conceded were down for James in this year but if that comes at the cost of points and line breaks then it’s hardly worth it. At points during the season James Segeyaro wouldn’t have been Penrith first choice hooker for many tipsters with Apisai Koroisau showing his wares.
He’ll be back in the driver’s seat for 80mins in 2016 and he’ll need to make the most of it if he wants it to stay that way.