May have grasped the Kangaroos number one with both hands after outplaying rival fullback Valentine Holmes.
Scored a double in Melbourne’s nail bitting victory against South Sydney in what turned out to be the match of the week.
Put in a trademark captain’s performance for South Sydney with a try double.
Scored two tries in his first finals appearance since Melbourne’s 2016 grand final loss to the Cronulla Sharks.
Robert Jennings continued his breakout season with a solid showing for South Sydney on the weekend. Scored a try and ran for 168 run metres from 18 hit-ups.
Would go on to kick the match winning field goal in a controlled performance.
Possibly his best performance in Easts colours to date. Scored a try and set up another in a man of the match performance.
8. Leeson Ah Mau (St. George Illawarra Dragons)
Set the groundwork early for the Dragons. Scored a try, ran for 150 metres with ball in hand and completed 31 tackles.
9. Cameron McInnes (St. George Illawarra Dragons)
Recorded three try assists and two-line break assists in a strong showing for St. George Illawarra, showing why many had tipped him as the smokey for the New South Wales origin side earlier this season.
Ran for 171 run metres in a dominating display. Would also go on to make a handy 24 tackles.
11. Tariq Sims (St. George Illawarra Dragons)
Possibly the best solo performance from a player in a finals series over the past few seasons. Scored a hattrick, ran for 100 metres, broke six tackles and completed 26 of his own.
In a strong showing, Kaufusi set up a try, ran for 102 run metres and completed 40 tackles.
Always standing up for the big games, Finucane ran for 158 metres from 16 carries, completed 39 tackles, recorded an offload and broke three tackles.
15. Ben Hunt (St. George Illawarra Dragons)
16. Gareth Widdop (St. George Illawarra Dragons)