3. Isaac Liu
Laid the platform early. Ran hard shifting into the front row following the withdrawal of Sam Moa. In a game driven by forwards, Liu stood up with a big effort.
2. Siosiua Taukeiaho
Started the match and produced big numbers for his coach. Running for close to 200 metres, the back rower continued his impressive season with another starring performance.
1. Shaun Kenny-Dowall
While the game was won by the forward, Kenny-Dowall showed class to score two tries to overtake Bill Mullins as the second highest try-scorer in the 108 year history of the Sydney Roosters.