Team of the week: Weird and wonderful combine as NRL’s hitmen dominate

Team of the week: Weird and wonderful combine as NRL’s hitmen dominate

4. Campbell Graham (Rabbitohs)

Loving life playing outside Latrell Mitchell and causes all sorts of problems for rival defenders, with two more tries against the Dolphins. An awkward customer to tackle and mounting a strong case for an Origin call-up.

5. Greg Marzhew (Knights)

Had some errors against the Panthers but summed up Newcastle’s effort and tenacity with 8src minutes of hustle and bustle. Produced some great defensive reads and strong contact out wide as well.

6. Nicho Hynes (Sharks)

The difference between a Sharks win and a loss. Steered Cronulla home superbly and twice split the Roosters with lengthy breaks into the backfield. Well on his way to earning a sky blue debut.

7. Daly Cherry-Evans (Sea Eagles)

The maestro behind Manly’s mayhem in defence against Melbourne, Cherry-Evans turned out his best game of the year, kicking judiciously to keep the Storm under wraps. Wore heavy shots himself but kept going to the line and sealed the most impressive win of the weekend.

8. Reagan Campbell-Gillard (Eels)

Immense up front for the Eels after being hospitalised earlier in the week by illness, not that you’d know. Helped himself to a try and a game-high 197 metre

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