SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - MAY 24: Dale Copley of the Titans scores a try during the round 11 NRL match between the Manly Sea Eagles and the Gold Coast Titans at Lottoland on May 24, 2019 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Evans/Getty Images)
  1. James Tedesco (Sydney Roosters)

Not the result his side wanted but James Tedesco was a shinning light within an underperforming football team. Scored a try, recorded two line breaks, broke 14 tackles and ran for 280 run metres.

  1. Kyle Feldt (North Queensland Cowboys)

Hasn’t missed a beat since returning from injury at the beginning of the month. Scored a try and ran for over 200 run metres in North Queensland’s fifth win of the season.

  1. Bronson Xerri (Cronulla Sharks)

Scored the first hattrick of his career against St. George Illawarra and it more than likely won’t be his last.

  1. Justin O’Neill (North Queensland Cowboys)

His form was lacking, and he worked hard to get it back. Since his stint in reserve grade earlier this season, he has returned as one of the Cowboys’ better players. Scored a try, broke four tackles and ran for over 130 run metres.

  1. Dale Copley (Gold Coast Titans)

A second outside back who scored a hattrick this week. Also ran for 150 run metres in what was one of the better performances of his career.

  1. Tyrone Roberts (Gold Coast Titans)

Two tries and two try assists saw Tyrone Roberts take home man of the match honours in an upset victory against Manly at Brookvale Oval.

  1. Mitchell Pearce (Newcastle Knights)

A fifth man of the match performance in a row saw Mitchell Pearce lead the Knights to perhaps their most important win of the season against a powerful Sydney Roosters outfit.

  1. Payne Haas (Brisbane Broncos)

The most impressive rookie forward to enter the game since the likes of Sonny Bill Williams and Jason Taumalolo. Will make his State of Origin debut next week after an impressive performance against the Warriors which saw him finish the game with 185 run metres and 35 tackles.

  1. Damien Cook (South Sydney Rabbitohs)

A player who the Dragons and Bulldogs both passed on has turned into the best hooker in the competition over the past two and a half seasons. Cemented his position in the New South Wales line-up with a try and two assists against Wests.

  1. David Klemmer (Newcastle Knights)

Led the way for the Newcastle forward pack as they dominated the all-star Eastern Suburbs pack. Ran for 195 run metres and completed 35 tackles.

  1. Sam Burgess (South Sydney Rabbitohs)

Had the occasional error in his game, as he’s known to have, but did more good than bad in South’s big win over the weekend. Ran for 188 run metres and completed over 20 tackles.

  1. Ryan Matterson (Wests Tigers)

By all reports, only missed out on State of Origin selection by a fingernail and didn’t do his chances any harm in a solid performance against South Sydney. Ran for 154 run metres and completed 40 tackles.

  1. Jason Taumalolo (North Queensland Cowboys)

Ran for 250 run metres (again), broke seven tackles (again) and completed 34 tackles of his own. New South Wales can count their lucky stars that this bloke decided not to play State of Origin.


  1. Anthony Milford (Brisbane Broncos)
  2. Cameron McInnes (St. George Illawarra Dragons)
  3. Josh Addo-Carr (Melbourne Storm)
  4. Cameron Murray (South Sydney Rabbitohs)

18th Man: Nelson Asofa-Solomona (Melbourne Storm)


  1. We have THE 3 AMIGOS on here.
    Someone else in another forum refers to them as the MO, LARRY and CURLY so that’s his accolade.
    Steve- AMIGO 1 🌈🤡
    Steves Lover Syd -AMIGO 2😇🌈
    Shadow- AMIGO 3 🥜🥜🥜🥜🥜🥜🥜🥜🥜🥜🥜🥜🥜
    They sit in front of their pc every day wearing Russell Crowe sombreros they received with their free soufffffffffffs “TRANSIT LOUNGE” membership pack.
    AMIGO 1 Steve 🌈🤡 is a soufffffffs N1TW1T who downplays club Average Home Crowd numbers as sign of a club’s credibility. Guess why. Because the Sydney Roosters out muscle them in crowd figures 23k-17k
    AMIGO 2 Syd 😇❤🌈prides himself on what ever his lover Steve say’s and then hyperventilating with every 1D10T remark.
    AMIGO 3 Shadow 🥜 is very obsessed about soufffffffffffs ancient history when the unlimited tackle rule was when souffffffffffs won all their premierships except the one that Russell Crowe bought them in 2014. He is always offering colourful descriptives of Souths to try and compete with the Roosters modern day supremacy to help soufffffffffs supporters out of a lifelong envy.🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡
    ……….. 3 CLOWNS ………🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣

  2. This Weeks Dally Mclown Award points for week 11
    SteveSyd 😇🌈😇 get 10
    Chocolate Soldier Of Divide gets 9
    Red v13 💩👃👅 gets 8
    Daffy 🎠🤡 gets 7
    Shadow gets 6
    pnz0 gets 11 and we will get back to the other clowns points like Chalky and West4life at another time…… But please if I left any Clowns🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡🤡 out…please forgive me….. Its been a big day and I need a rest💪🐔👍🐓🏆

  3. Rumour of the week

    Chocolate Soldier admits Pearce is in better form than Cleary


  4. And again the team that sits 2nd on the ladder gets just one token mention on the interchange bench. That must have been really difficult must have stuck in the selectors craw that one but I guess you can’t totally ignore the Dally M leader. Gee that must have hurt putting him in there.

    Nothing to see here, absolutely no bias or favoritism, none whatsoever. Move on now.

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