Set up two tries and scored a double of his own. Has been the form player in the competition over the past month of football.

Scored two tries and ran for over 200 metres with ball-in-hand.

The versatile Doueihi was named at five-eighth in our team of the week in Round 9 and has this week been named at centre after a stunning display which resulted a Wests win.

Had his best game in the lime green, showing he's still got what it takes to become a strike centre. Scored a try and broke five tackles on his way to 176 run metres.

Scored a hat-trick of tries against St. George, taking his tally to nine tries from his last two appearances.

Laid on two tries in Souths 10-point victory over the Cronulla Sharks.

Scored 26-points against the Titans (three tries, eight goals) and recorded two try assists in a man of the match performance which has seen him jump to outright leader for the Dally M.

Scored a rare try double as he stakes his claim for a State of Origin berth, having last made the side in 2018.

The skipper remains a shining light for an out of form Newcastle side. Scored a try and completed 40 tackles from as many attempts against the Tigers.

Went try-less for two seasons and has now scored in back-to-back appearances for Penrith.

Scored two tries, recorded two offloads and broke five tackles against the Cowboys in a strong performance.

Scored a try and set up another in Melbourne's win over the Dragons.

Ran for over 170 metres with ball in hand, completed over 20 tackles and found himself on the try scorers list for Manly over the Magic Round weekend.


14. Nicho Hynes (Melbourne Storm)

15. Luke Brooks (Wests Tigers)

16. Josh Schuster (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles)

17. Mikaele Ravalawa (St. George Illawarra Dragons)