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It has been a tough season for the North Queensland Cowboys but the emergence of classy youngster Hamiso Tabuai-Fidow has been one of the bright spots.

In a tight round 10 loss to the Panthers, the smooth moving No.1 was at his electrifying best, evading several defenders on the way to a four-pointer which earned 32 per cent of the vote to claim Drinkwise Try of the Week honours ahead of Sharks flyer Sione Katoa (27 per cent).

Wests Tigers five-eighth Billy Walters showed off his soccer skills to grab the first try of his NRL career and pick up 26 per cent of the vote while Dragon Matt Dufty rounded out the contenders.

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