Every week, League Express reporters are tasked with allocating Albert Goldthorpe Medal points in every Super League match.
A number of stars came to the fore this week, and here are the six stars that took home the maximum three points from their outings this week.
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Huddersfield v Castleford – Junior Moors
Moors was at his destructive best as the Tigers downed the Giants.
The Castleford forward has been in sensational form since his return from injury, and he maintained his level of performance as he helped create two tries with massive carries up-field.
Hull FC v Widnes – Kirk Yeaman
There has ben a bit of talk about Yeaman’s future since Hull’s capture of Josh Griffin.
However, Yeaman responded with a terrific performance in victory over Widnes, with the centre great in both attack and defence.
He also provided a key contribution; a vital try when the game was in the balance.
Leeds v Catalans – Justin Horo
This game provided a number of candidates, but Justin Horo stood out.
Horo has impressed since his move to the Dragons from Manly, but he put in arguably his best display in Catalans colours against the Rhinos.
A real threat when roaming out wide, you can expect to see Horo get on the scoresheet frequently for the rest of the year.
Salford v Wigan – George Williams
The England stand-off has wasted little time in finding some of his best form, putting on another brilliant display against Salford.
Williams is a delight to watch when given the opportunity to control the game, and he looked dangerous every time he had the ball in hand as the Warriors scraped past Salford.
St Helens v Warrington – Chris Sandow
Warrington’s magician was full of tricks on Friday as the Wolves eased past St Helens.
Sandow produced the kind of sorcery that Saints crucially lacked, as well as providing a key interception on his own line.
Wakefield v Hull KR – Terry Campese
Quite simply, he was out of this world.
His kicking game, distribution and organisation brought out the best in all of his team-mates.
His wonderfully weighted kick for KR’s final try epitomised his excellence on the evening.