In yet another crazy week of Rugby League, a number of players showcased their qualities to guide their team to crucial victories across the country.
Our reporters were once again tasked with picking one player that stood out a bit more than the rest, and in some cases, it was a very difficult job, particularly at Wakefield.
But the decisions have been made, and here are this week’s League Express gamestars.
Hull FC v Huddersfield Giants – Marc Sneyd
The halfback has found form in recent weeks, and put in another fantastic display against Huddersfield. He controlled the game brilliantly and set up a number of tries in a fine display.
Hull KR v Catalans Dragons – Richie Myler
His coach suggested an international call-up should be considered, and his performance against Hull KR would suggest he should be in contention. Myler was a dominant force in the middle of the field, producing a masterful kicking game while being a constant threat with ball in hand.
Salford Red Devils v Leeds Rhinos – Robert Lui
Lui made an instant impact on his return as he guided the Red Devils to a splendid victory.
He is their marquee man, and he showed why against the Rhinos.
Wakefield Wildcats v Wigan Warriors – Jacob Miller
It would have been easy to pick any of Wakefield’s 17, but on the day, Jacob Miller was simply unstoppable.
Miller has his critics, but he has the ability to become a top quality halfback.
Warrington Wolves v St Helens – Theo Fages
A coming of age? Fages was simply brilliant in Saints’ victory.
Involved in everything Saints did well, Fages’ kicking game was also immense. The young Frenchman is a star in the making.
Widnes Vikings v Castleford Tigers – Luke Gale
While he didn’t have the best of starts to the game, Gale was simply brilliant throughout the rest of it. The current Albert Goldthorpe Medal winner made perfect use of the ball from hand and foot and inspired his team to victory.