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Cronulla have continued their dazzling start to season 2005, notching up another victory over the highly fancied Melbourne Storm. As happens so often these days, halfback Brett Kimmorley played all over his rival half, Matt Orford, almost single-handedly ensuring Cronulla would take home the win.
The Player of the Year points for this week have been awarded to:
3. Brett Kimmorley - A completely dominant display. Pinpoint kicking, taking the ball to the line, everything else; almost the perfect game.
2. Hutch Maiava - Continues his awesome form. Smashed the Storm and got away a perfect offload for David Peachey in support to score.
1. Luke Covell - Another who just continues to show excellent form. Week after week he proves to be more than just a top goalkicker. Rightfully rewarded with a Country rep jersey.
Last week in Sharks Den Survivor, Luke Harlen, who has been stranded playing for Newtown's Jim Beam Cup team, was sent home, despite the loss to Brisbane.
Reserve grade players are becoming few and far between, but there are still a few hanging around should you want to throw your vote in that direction.
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