Every week we send the very best reporters to grounds up and down the UK to provide you the very best Rugby League read.
As part of their role, our reporters are tasked with picking a standout player from every match, and this week was no different.
A full profile of their accomplishments can be found in League Express, but here are the six Super League stars that were highlighted as the key performers this week.
Wigan Warriors v Warrington Wolves – Daryl Clark
After Chris Sandow’s incredible opening quarter, he would most likely have been man of the match if his hamstring didn’t force him from the field. However, Daryl Clark ran his blood to water for 80 minutes and was impressive in both attack and defence.
Wakefield Wildcats v Salford Red Devils – Tom Johnstone
The talk of Super League! The dynamic winger just gets better week by week and scored his first hat-trick in their victory over Salford. The question is, can Wakefield keep hold of him?
Castleford Tigers v Huddersfield Giants – Mike McMeeken
The back-row delivered an all-action, high-energy performance in Castleford’s pack. The Tigers have a number of key players, and McMeeken is most certainly one of them.
Catalans Dragons v Widnes Vikings – Dave Taylor
The in-form forward created two tries and scored one himself in an all-round effort that saw him return to his favoured second-row position. One of Super League’s stand-out stars this season.
St Helens v Hull FC – Marc Sneyd
The gamestar and the gamebreaker! Not only did he kick the winning drop goal, but the halfback was the star of the show all evening, creating a key try before the break for Danny Houghton and nailing the vital one-pointer at the death.
Leeds Rhinos v Hull KR – Shaun Lunt
It was a masterclass of a performance from the returning hooker, who starred on his return to Headingley. Two tries, one assist and superb option taking out of dummy-half.