MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 02: Tesi Niu of the Broncos tackles Justin Olam of the Storm during the round four NRL match between the Melbourne Storm and the Brisbane Broncos at AAMI Park, on April 02, 2021, in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Darrian Traynor/Getty Images)

Scored 24 points in the space of 11-minutes including a four try haul.

Took his season try scoring tally to 9 after bagging a double against a disappointing New Zealand outfit.

Does not shy away in neither attack nor defence throughout the 80 minutes each week. Put his hand up again for another big performance against Brisbane.

Continues to develop into a very handy first grader who after proving his versatility, should be a part of this Penrith 17 every week.

Hard to pick who has had the better season between To’o and Roosters flyer Brett Morris. Scored two tries and broke eight tackles against Manly.

Scored his second double in as many weeks as his side would go on to hold the Bulldogs scoreless in their 38-point victory.

Had a field day against a lacklustre North Queensland outfit. Had the ball on a string with three try assists, two forced dropouts and a line break assist.

Was on the wrong side of the score line but had his best performance in a Gold Coast jersey to date. Ran for 200 metres with ball in hand and completed 39 tackles.

Another player who had his best performance of 2021 over the weekend. Recorded two line breaks and two try assists from dummy-half against Canterbury.

Stood up against a strong Gold Coast forward pack, leading the way for his side in running metres with 193 and scoring a try.

Scored two tries and ran for over 100 run metres against a disappointing Manly side.

Another backrower who found himself on the try scorers list twice over. Also completed 41 tackles and ran for over 100 metres with ball in hand in a man of the match performance.

Another Canberra forward who stepped up against a quality opposition pack. Scored a try, completed 40 tackles, and ran for 185 metres.


  1. Nathan Cleary (Penrith Panthers)
  2. Connor Tracey (Cronulla Sharks)
  3. Angus Crichton (Sydney Roosters)
  4. Isaiah Papali’i (Parramatta Eels)