We go through the statistics and put together our latest XIII of the stand-out players from the most recent round of Betfred Super League action…
1. Richie Myler (Leeds Rhinos)
The full-back played a leading role as the Rhinos routed Hull FC 62-16 at the MKM Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Along with scoring a try, Myler provided five assists, covered 100 metres with the ball in hand, and made two tackle busts and two clean breaks.
2. Abbas Miski (Wigan Warriors)
Two tries from the Lebanon international helped set Wigan on their way to a 46-22 win away to Wakefield Trinity on Sunday.
Miski’s tries came in a game where he made 118 metres with an average gain of 11 metres per carry, along with two clean breaks and four tackle busts.
3. Deon Cross (Salford Red Devils)
A try from Cross helped Salford fight back to secure a 32-24 win away to Warrington Wolves on Sunday afternoon.
The centre also carried for 96 metres with an average gain of nine metres, plus made one clean break and three tackle busts.
4. Kai Pearce-Paul (Wigan Warriors)
Pearce-Paul made a big impact for Wigan on his second game back from a three-month spell out due to injury as they overcame struggling Wakefield.
The centre ran in two tries and provided an assist, as well as covering 58 metres with two clean breaks and five tackle busts.
5. Ash Handley (Leeds Rhinos)