- James Tedesco (Sydney Roosters)
The best player in the world continues to soar at full flight. Added two try assists and a try of his own to his ever-growing season tally.
- Kyle Feldt (North Queensland Cowboys)
A shining light in an otherwise tainted season for the Townsville based club. Scored two tries, broke 11 tackles and ran for 202 run metres in a performance which has State of Origin written all over it.
- Will Hopoate (Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs)
As above, a standout performer in a disappointing season for his club. Scored a try, broke 10 tackles and ran for 263 run metres.
- Tom Opacic (North Queensland Cowboys)
Has formed a strong combination with Kyle Feldt, which looks set to continue into the long term. Set up two tries for his wing partner whilst breaking six tackles of his own.
- David Nofoaluma (Wests Tigers)
Scored a hattrick off the back of some Benji brilliance in Wests big win over Newcastle which keeps the Tigers season alive.
- Benji Marshall (Wests Tigers)
Having last seen Benji at his absolute best way back in 2012, it’s been a rugby league fan’s dream come true with the 34-year-old winding back the clock this season. The 300-gamer recorded four try assists, the most he’s achieved in a game since 2015.
- Luke Brooks (Wests Tigers)
Was as brilliant with the boot as he was ball in hand. Led the way for the Tigers in their 42-point win over the Knights, setting up two tries, and earing 746 metres of yardage (153 run metres & 593 kick metres).
- Payne Haas (Brisbane Broncos)
The duo of Payne Haas and David Fifita kept the Broncos in the contest against Souths, a team who would have run rampant over the Broncos if the two aforementioned weren’t there to hold the fort. 19-year-old Haas added another 200-metre game to his tally and added to his tackle break tally with six.
- Damien Cook (South Sydney Rabbitohs)
Was back to his best against Brisbane with a try and 131 run metres from dummy-half.
- Andrew Fifita (Cronulla Sharks)
Another player back to his best after several weeks where he was not up to standards. Ran for 200 metres and completed 23 tackles against a big New Zealand pack.
- David Fifita (Brisbane Broncos)
A player to build a team around for years to come. The other baby Bronco in Brisbane’s pack continues to get better, scoring two tries and breaking a whopping 17 tackles against one of the better packs in the competition.
- Kenny Bromwich (Melbourne Storm)
The under-rated Bromwich continues a career-best season with another try and try assist in a 16-point victory over the Gold Coast Titans.
- Jason Taumalolo (North Queensland Cowboys)
Played through a severe foot injury to seal the deal for the Cowboys with a try in the 71st minute.
- Jake Trbojevic (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles)
- Cooper Cronk (Sydney Roosters)
- Jarrod Croker (Canberra Raiders)
- Ryan Papenhuyzen (Melbourne Storm)
18th Man: Josh Jackson (Canterbury Bankstown Bulldogs)