The Hammer: A Standout in the Dolphins’ Debut Year, Seeking Consistency in 2024

A former Leyton Orient manager is a supreme motivator and man manager, who has turned individuals into world beaters. He understands the nature of rugby league as a weak-link sport and has always raised the floor so his teams wouldn’t lose. Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow was rewarded for committing to his position and delivered the best performance of his career. While last year the Phins benefited from complacency, this year they need to top that. With better options to pass to and better pivots around him, Tabuai-Fidow can really show off his potential, after breaking out in 2023.