- Tom Trbojevic (Sea Eagles)
The form player of the competition showed his class once more with seven-try involvements including three tries and three try assists.
2. Reuben Garrick (Sea Eagles)
Scored 28 points against the Gold Coast, scoring four tries and kicking six goals.
3. Matt Burton (Panthers)
Returned to the centres after spending a fortnight in the halves for Penrith. Recorded two try assists and ran for over 150 metres with the ball in hand.
4. Dane Gagai (Rabbitohs)
Returned with a strong showing after an illness affected State of Origin performance in Game I. Scored a try, ran for over 250 metres and broke seven tackles.
5. Brian To'o (Panthers)
Two tries and 220 run metres. Just the usual for Brian To'o.
6. Cody Walker (Rabbitohs)
Recorded four line-break assists and three try assists as the Bunnies ran rampant over the Broncos at Suncorp Stadium.
7. Jahrome Hughes (Storm)
It was a big week for halfbacks with Daly Cherry-Evans, Mitch Moses, Nathan Cleary, Ben Hunt and Mitchell Pearce all putting on a strong showing but it's Jahrome Hughes who takes out our No.7 spot for the week with two tries and two try assists.
8. Daniel Saifiti (Knights)
Recorded 207 run metres, 29 tackles, 4 tackle breaks and 2 offloads in a strong 60-minute showing.
9. Andrew McCullough (Dragons)
Earnt himself an Origin recall after spending the last three seasons (since his last Origin cap) having spent time in reserve grade and having played in three different NRL jerseys. Recorded a forty/twenty, 55 tackles and 52 run metres in a come from behind victory over the Raiders.
10. James Fisher-Harris (Panthers)
Ran for 198 metres and completed 29 tackles against the Roosters.
11. Lachlan Fitzgibbon (Knights)
Was involved in both tries for the Knights, scoring one and setting up the other.
12. Isaiah Papali'i (Eels)
Broke nine tackles on his way to 234 run metres.
13. Dale Finucane (Storm)
Scored a try, set up another, ran for over 100 run metres and didn't miss a single tackle. Was rewarded with a spot on the extended bench for the Blues.
15. Haumole Olakau'atu (Manly Warringah Sea Eagles)