3. Jamie Lyon
Showed once again that he is the best centre of the NRL era. Crossing for a double, he was superb in attack and defence. The Sea Eagles are on track to make an impact in September and Lyon has been front and centre of their renaissance.
2. Shaun Fensom
In a losing side Fensom busted himself; running for over 200 metres along with close to 50 tackles, the Canberra lock put the Green Machine in a position to win, but it wasn't to be.
1. Brett Stewart
Crossing for the match winner, the Manly fullback proved once again that he is unquestionably one of the best support players in the NRL.