The Broncos halves, Rabbitohs' right-edge and a dominant Cowboys hooker headline NRL.com's Round 20 Team of the Week.
1. Greg Inglis (Rabbitohs)
Looking to have finally hit his straps, Inglis's ran in a hat-trick in the first half of South Sydney's 52-6 romp over Newcastle.
2. Alex Johnston (Rabbitohs)
Set up two tries for his centre Dylan Walker and scored two himself in the Rabbitohs' huge victory over the Knights.
3. Dylan Walker (Rabbitohs)
Not unlike his captain Inglis, Walker secured a hat-trick while also producing 100 metres and six tackle breaks on Saturday night.
4. Tohu Harris (Storm)
Returning to home territory in Napier, New Zealand and wearing a Storm jersey he designed, Harris's two try assists were vital in the Storm's 18-point win over the Red V.
5. Brendan Elliott (Roosters)
While the circumstances around his NRL promotion are unfortunate, the Roosters winger has grabbed the opportunity with both hands with two tries against the Wests Tigers on Friday night.
6. Anthony Milford (Broncos)
Milford took control of Brisbane's 34-0 win over the Titans in the second half, producing two try assists and four tackle breaks.
7. Ben Hunt (Broncos)
If Milford dominated the second half of Brisbane's thrashing of the Gold Coast, Hunt dominated the first – with a side-stepping try and two try assists to take the game out of the Titans' reach.
8. Jake Trbojevic (Sea Eagles)
Showcasing why he's going to be a great asset to Manly when interchanges are cut to eight next season, Trbojevic's try and 200-plus metres (in a 71-minute stint) went a long way in Manly's resurgent victory over the Warriors.
9. Jake Granville (Cowboys)
In a week when a host of hookers could've made our team of the week, it was Granville who stood head and shoulders above the rest with a game-high 190 metres, two try assists and a try in the Cowboys' 42-point win over Parramatta.
10. Paul Vaughan (Raiders)
Dropped from the starting team to face the Panthers, Vaughan responded in the best way possible by scoring two tries and breaking seven tackles in the Raiders' 10-point win.
11. Wade Graham (Sharks)
Graham continued his amazing recent form by spoiling the Bulldogs' party at Belmore Sportsground, setting up Michael Gordon for the Sharks' first try in their two-point win.
12. Sio Siua Taukeiaho (Roosters)
Played exactly a half of football and still dominated proceedings in the Roosters' 33-8 win over the Wests Tigers and individually made more metres than any Tiger (169 metres).
13. Corey Parker (Broncos)
The ageless lock should play until he's 50 at this rate. Parker's try, 136 metres and 37 tackles were essential in the Broncos' 34-0 win over the Gold Coast.
14. Tom Burgess (Rabbitohs)
Burgess absolutely destroyed the Knights in the middle of the paddock by producing 200-plus metres from the bench to claim honours as the best forward on the field.
15. Paul Gallen (Sharks)
Tireless in both attack and defence, Gallen not only got off the nudie run in the Sharks' two-point win over the Bulldogs but also produced 200-plus metres and 39 tackles.
16. Brett Stewart (Sea Eagles)
The Prince of Brookvale expanded his try-scoring territory to Auckland after scoring two tries in the Sea Eagles' 20-point win over the Warriors.
17. Jason Taumalolo (Cowboys)
The Cowboys wrecking ball surged back into form with two tries and six tackle breaks in North Queensland's huge win over Parramatta.