Team of the week: Round 10
If you’re looking for try-scoring wingers, influential halves and amazing performances by back-rowers then look no further than NRL.com's Team of the Week for Round 10.
1. Darius Boyd (Broncos)
After doing the job for Australia in representative round, Boyd backed it up for the Broncos by producing a try and try assist in their 24-point win over the Sea Eagles on Saturday night.
2. Semi Radradra (Eels)
Radradra's hat-trick may not have been enough for an Eels win but it certainly was enough to make NRL.com's Team of the Week.
3. Euan Aitken (Dragons)
Aitken scored the game-deciding intercept try in the Dragons' 16-12 golden point win over the Raiders just four days after making his representative debut for Country Origin
4. Isaah Yeo (Panthers)
Yeo didn't see much action in way of the ball but the Panthers utility was certainly a rock in defence for his team in their 12-point win over the Warriors.
5. Valentine Holmes (Sharks)
Holmes scored four tries and produced seven tackle breaks in the Sharks' 62-0 win over the Knights.
6. Anthony Milford (Broncos)
Milford's two tries and three line breaks were instrumental in the Broncos big win over the Sea Eagles.
7. Ashley Taylor (Titans)
Taylor firmed for Dally M Rookie of the Year honours in the Titans' 20-point win over the Roosters with a commanding performance including a try assist.
8. Jesse Bromwich (Storm)
Bromwich let nobody down in his first game back for the Storm after captaining New Zealand in representative round. Solid as always.
9. Cameron Smith (Storm)
It was the best of both worlds for Smith who produced 61 tackles and a try assist in the Storm's victory over reigning premiers North Queensland. He also kicked the game winning field goal.
10. Leilani Latu (Panthers)
Latu played less than a half of football but was an absolute handful for the Warriors. Bar Trent Merrin, the Panthers prop was the only forward from his team to make over 100 metres in testing Christchurch conditions.
11. Luke Lewis (Sharks)
Lewis should still be the first man picked for NSW in State of Origin. He proved that with his two-try effort against the Knights over the weekend.
12. Tohu Harris (c) (Storm)
His attacking statistics prove the obvious but Harris's defence and try-saving prowess was the absolute standout in the Storm's one-point win.
13. Sam Burgess (Rabbitohs)
Burgess was inspirational in South Sydney's last gasp two-point win over the Eels on Friday night. The lock produced 220 metres and 36 tackles for the Rabbitohs.
14. Sam Thaiday (Broncos)
Thaiday turned back the clock in the back row for the Broncos with a barnstorming long range try.
15. Tyson Frizell (Dragons)
Man of the Match on Thursday night, Frizell's move to the middle paid instant dividends for the Dragons.
16. Greg Inglis (Rabbitohs)
Inglis's first foray to five-eighth in over a year helped end the Rabbitohs' four-game losing streak.
17. Ryan James (Titans)
James has certainly found his niche in the front row for the Titans following another barnstorming performance against the Roosters.