Jeff Dickinson-Fox reviews the campaign which saw Melbourne Storm crowned premiers in 2017.
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It was hard to believe that last year's leading try scorer in Tetley's Super League had not crossed the line once this season up until round eleven.
But just like London buses, they've come in twos and threes ever since.
One week later, after returning from Australia on a 23-hour flight, he stepped from the plane and on to the pitch to record yet another hat-trick, this time in the historic win at Bradford.
Another seven days passed before he landed a brace on the road against Widnes in Wales and then, one week on, he took the same form to the The Jungle, landing another double.
With the Broncos home game against Huddersfield postponed until Tuesday 22nd July, Dennis was forced to go at least one weekend without crossing the whitewash.
Normality was restored on Saturday night, however, when he went in for his third hat-trick in five games, against Halifax at The Shay. London's 50-point haul equalled a previous Super League best away from home.
It was London's fifth consecutive win on the road and Moran's fifth successive try scoring appearance.
So what price 'the man' bags a few more on Saturday when the Broncos celebrate their return to Griffin Park against Hull FC?
SportingOdds.com are offering fans the chance to double their money if he scores once, and odds of 8-1 for a hat-trick.
See Broncos website for more details.
The Broncos have not won a Super League game at Griffin Park since they defeated Hull FC in September last year. It was a 10-6 score line with the home side crossing just twice. Guess who? Yes, both of them! His second with just three seconds remaining on the clock.
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