3. Brett Stewart
Two tries from the fill in skipper topped off a fantastic game. Always a threat in attack, the Prince of Brookvale looks in fine form.
2. Feleti Mateo
Coming back from an injury-riddled season so far, the versatile back-rower showed incredible skills to set up Cherry-Evans before halftime, while his goal kicking performance will please coach Geoff Toovey in the absence of Jamie Lyon.
1. Mitchell Moses
Playing the best game of his NRL career, the young five-eighth looks set for a big career.