Michael Maguire moved Inglis from centre to custodian after their Round 2 loss to the Storm; the very next week ‘GI’ tore Penrith apart, scoring a try, making two line-breaks and running for 193 metres. He’s made life miserable for all sides since, especially chiming in on the left-hand side of the field, employing his don’t-argue fend and devastating left-foot sidestep. His support play trailing through the centre of the ruck, a la Billy Slater, has been a feature too. Inglis has crossed for 11 tries with
While Josh Dugan’s pace out wide is always a factor, it’s when he goes looking for work in centre-field when close to the opposition try-line that he’s arguably at his most dangerous. Dugan’s tackle-busting ability is tough to rival – which he displayed against the Broncos in Round 21 when he sealed an important win. After feigning a move to the right, Dugan steps off his right foot and shifts direction with suddenness that catches the Broncos napping.