BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 16: Payne Haas of the Broncos in action during the round 22 NRL match between the Brisbane Broncos and the Penrith Panthers at Suncorp Stadium on August 16, 2019 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images)
  1. James Tedesco (Sydney Roosters)

A try and a try save during a second half blitz which saw the Roosters walk away with a 42-6 point victory over the New Zealand Warriors.

  1. Jamayne Isaako (Brisbane Broncos)

Back to his best as the Broncos make a late surge towards finals footy. Scored a double and ran for over 200 running metres.

  1. Latrell Mitchell (Sydney Roosters)

Scored a double and kicked five goals in what turned out to be a big week for the star centre.

  1. Jarrod Croker (Canberra Raiders)

Two tries and three goals for the durable centre. As influential as ever in his captaincy role.

  1. Josh Addo-Carr (Melbourne Storm)

A try, two line breaks and five tackle breaks in another trademark performance. One of the better players in a losing side.

  1. Kieran Foran (Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs)

His best game since he wore the maroon and white of Manly Warringah. Set up two tries in the upset of the round as the Bulldogs defeated competition heavyweights, South Sydney.

  1. Mitchell Pearce (Newcastle Knights)

May have left their run to late as Mitch Pearce shot back to form. Scored two tries against a struggling North Queensland side and set up a third.

  1. Payne Haas (Brisbane Broncos)

Quite possibly the best 19-year-old that’s ever played the game. Scored a barnstorming try which sealed the deal for the Broncos – on his way to running for 218 metres with ball in hand – will be a real force for years to come.

  1. Josh Hodgson (Canberra Raiders)

Will go down as one of the greatest ever signings in NRL history when he hangs up the boots. Doesn’t receive the praise he deserves sometimes, being just as good as Damien Cook and as influential as Cameron Smith. Set up Jarrod Croker’s second try of the game, which saw all momentum shift in favour of the Raiders.

  1. Josh Papalii (Canberra Raiders)

Scored a try, his third in his last four appearances, which also turned out to be the match-winner.

  1. Corey Harawira-Naera (Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs)

Scored both of Canterbury’s tries in their upset win over Souths and was credited with a try save to boot. Was busy in defence with over 35 tackles completed.

  1. Angus Crichton (Sydney Roosters)

The backrower did the job of his halves, setting up three tries and two line-break assists.

  1. Paul Gallen (Cronulla Sharks)

Has continued to wind back the clock in recent weeks as his final game approaches. In his 55 minutes on the field, which isn’t even a full three-quarters of the contest, Gallen managed to surpass 200 run metres and 30 tackles.


  1. Bronson Xerri (Cronulla Sharks)
  2. Waqa Blake (Parramatta Eels)
  3. Luke Keary (Sydney Roosters)
  4. John Bateman (Canberra Raiders)

18th Man:  Kalyn Ponga (Newcastle Knights)


  1. Good to see a couple of broncos players on the list.
    Darius is paying $200,00000000000000000000000
    To make the list.
    The power ball are better odds guys

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