1 - Kurt Gidley (Newcastle) - As he has done all year, Gidley was popping up everywhere in attack, looking to spark the Knights attack every time he touched the ball. 2 - Wendell Sailor (Dragons) - Sailor is playing like he never left the game. His power is more prominent than before and he looks to be cementing his place in the starting line up now. 3 - Israel Folau (Melbourne) - When a majority of Storm players dropped their bundle, Folau continued to be a constant threat to the Knights. This kid is going to be missed by the Storm more than people may anticipate next season. 4 - Justin Hodges (Brisbane) - Despite a troubled season with the judiciary, his on-field performances have been dynamic. Against the Bulldogs he was a constant menace out wide. He made his opposite, Winitana, look like an amateur. 5 - Matt Utai (Canterbury) - The Bulldogs have had a rough trot over the last few weeks, however Matt Utai has started improving his form markedly every week. Against Brisbane he was safe in defence and his ball running was back to its powerful best. 6 - Darren Lockyer (Brisbane) - He Like
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