Every week, we task our reporters to not only bring you the very best coverage of Super League, but also picking the game’s standout performer from every single game.
Those players are League Express Gamestars, and this week, some difficult decisions had to be made.
But after careful consideration, here are the four players that were crowned Gamestars this weekend.
St Helens v Catalans – Jodie Broughton
Broughton has been in fine form recently, but Thursday was his best performance in a Catalans shirt.
With four superbly taken tries, Broughton just got given the nod ahead of Glenn Stewart and his strong claims for the crown.
The winger has emerged as a big part of the Catalans team and looks like an astute signing following his move from Huddersfield.
Huddersfield vs Warrington – Danny Brough
Despite the ongoing speculation of a rift between himself and Paul Anderson, Brough produced his best performance of 2016 and had the ball on a string.
His stunning long-range drop-goal only added to his performance as Huddersfield returned to winning ways in style.
Leeds vs Hull FC – Jamie Jones-Buchanan
JJB has been in terrific form since returning from his long-term injury, and he put in another great performance as Leeds got a crucial win over Hull FC.
Jones-Buchanan epitomised his team’s desire to pick up the win as he did his fair share of the ugly work in the Headingley mud.
His workload was incredible as always and Leeds are better with him in the team.
Wigan v Castleford – John Bateman
Bateman made a welcome return for Shaun Wane’s men with a two-try salvo, along with a strong tackling stint.
His performance was more memorable after it was revealed he spent the half-time interval vomiting!
One of Super League’s best players.
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