Scored a try, set up two others and ran for over 300 running metres in yet another Man of the Match performance which should ultimately see him give Penrith's Nathan Cleary a run for his money for the Dally M.

Scored his first career hat-trick against Newcastle with some barnstorming runs. Completed the game with 10 tackle busts.

A hat-trick of tries helped Penrith to a 44-point victory over Souths in front of his home crowd.

Scored a double against Souths and ran for 110 metres with ball-in-hand.

Another outside back who crossed for three tries over the weekend. Added 232 run metres to boot.

Started his first game at five-eighth this season - his preferred position - and was one of the best on field. Recorded four offloads, a line break assist and a try assist.

Continues to set the competition alight with some scintillating performances. Bagged two tries, set up two others, and recorded 450 kick metres. The first player to score 28 individual points in back-to-back weeks.

Led the forwards in running metres this week (214) and provided second phase play with three offloads.

Set up three tries and three line-break assists in a Smith masterclass that his ex-skipper would have been proud of.

Bagged his second career double against Canberra.

Broke six tackle attempts on his way to 144 run metres. Also recorded a try assist and completed over 20 tackles. With suspensions to Roosters duo Angus Crichton and Victor Radley, the 25-year-old may have snuck himself into a Blues debut.

Scored a try and ran for over 150 metres with ball-in-hand.

Man of the Match in North Queensland's victory over Newcastle. Ran for his usual 194 metres whilst completing 27 tackles.


14. Roger Tuivasa-Sheck (Warriors) 

15. Tohu Harris (Warriors) 

16. Moeaki Fotuaika (Titans) 

17. Reuben Garrick (Manly)