Team of the Week

01. Jarryd Hayne [Eels] - 1 Try, 17 Hit-ups, 146 Metres Gained, 1 Line Break Assist, 2 Try Assists

02. Akuila Uate [Knights] - 1 Try, 17 Hit-ups, 137 Metres Gained, 10 Tackle Breaks, 2 Line Breaks

03. Junior Sau [Knights] - 2 Tries, 14 Hit-ups, 133 Metres Gained, 2 Offloads, 11 Tackle Breaks, 3 Line Breaks

04. Josh Morris [Bulldogs] - 1 Try, 154 Metres Gained, 5 Tackle Breaks, 2 Line Breaks, 1 Try Assist

05. Dane Gagai [Broncos] - 1 Try, 16 Hit-ups, 144 Metres Gained, 7 Tackle Breaks, 1 Line Break

06. Benji Marshall [Tigers] - 1 Try, 12 Hit-ups, 2 Offloads, 6 Tackle Breaks, 1 Line Break, 2 Line Break Assists, 2 Try Assists

07. Sam Williams [Raiders] - 1 Line Break, 1 Line Break Assist, 3 Try Assists

08. Aiden Tolman [Bulldogs] - 20 Hit-ups, 171 Metres Gained, 46 Tackles

09. Nathan Fien [Dragons] - 1 Try, 1 Line Break, 29 Tackles

10. Luke Douglas [Sharks] - 1 Try, 10 Hit-ups, 1 Line Break, 28 Tackles

11. Ben Creagh [Dragons] - 1 Try, 16 Hit-ups, 133 Metres Gained, 2 Offloads, 1 Line Break Assist, 29 tackles

12. Simon Mannering [Warriors] - 13 Hit-ups, 3 Offloads, 43 Tackles

13. Ashley Harrison [Titans] - 1 Try, 18 Hit-ups, 131 Metres Gained, 2 Offloads, 47 Tackles

Interchange:

14. James Tamou [Cowboys] - 1 Try, 10 Hit-ups, 109 Metres Gained, 1 Line Break, 1 Line Break Assist, 22 Tackles

15. Tom Symonds [Roosters] - 2 Tries, 1 Line Break

16. Richard Fa'aoso [Knights] - 15 Hit-ups, 123 Metres Gained, 3 Offloads, 1 Line Break, 1 Line Break Assist, 1 Try Assist

17. Josh McGuire [Broncos] - 13 Hit-ups, 116 Metres Gained, 2 Offloads, 1 Line Break, 26 Tackles

Player of the Week:

Junior Sau [Knights] - 2 Tries, 14 Hit-ups, 133 Metres Gained, 2 Offloads, 11 Tackle Breaks, 3 Line Breaks

Offensive Player of the Week:

Junior Sau [Knights] - 2 Tries, 14 Hit-ups, 133 Metres Gained, 2 Offloads, 11 Tackle Breaks, 3 Line Breaks

Defensive Player of the Week:

Micheal Luck [Warriors] - 52 Tackles, 0 Missed Tackles, 0 Ineffective Tackles

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