Another week of Super League means another 18th Man Team of the Week! Who made it into this week’s team? Find out below…
Full-Back – Ben Cockayne (Hull Kingston Rovers)
After a shaky performance last week against Huddersfield, Ben Cockayne provided a fantastic response against Salford. He assisted 3 tries, made 151 metres and made 3 clean breaks in a superb performance from the experienced utility-back.
Wing – Tom Lineham (Warrington Wolves)
Tom Lineham scored two great tries as the Wolves mauled the Tigers. He was great in attack throughout the game and was also solid in defence.
Centre – Ryan Shaw (Hull Kingston Rovers)
The exciting youngster had his best game yet for the Red & Whites as he scored a great try and also assisted Ken Sio in scoring. Shaw was also brilliant in defence, a key moment being him intercepting a pass from Dobson which would’ve tied up the scores if collected by a Salford player.
Centre – Charly Runciman (Widnes Vikings)
Another respectable performance from Runciman as he scored a try and assisted another one. He was also very good in defence as the Vikings eased past Wigan.
Wing – Jodie Broughton (Catalan Dragons)
Jodie Broughton came back to haunt Huddersfield with a hat-trick of tries for Catalan against his former Club. He also made three clean breaks in his best performance yet for the Dragons.
Stand-Off – Maurice Blair (Hull Kingston Rovers)
Maurice Blair was the difference between the two teams as Hull KR saw off the challenge of Salford. The makeshift Stand-Off scored a try, directly assisted another and played a key role in several other tries. Blair also made 132 metres and broke the line twice in a Man of the Match performance.
Scrum-Half – Chris Sandow (Warrington Wolves)
After a somewhat quiet start to his life as a Wolf in 2015, Chris Sandow has been incredible for Warrington in 2016 and he continued that with incredible performance against the Castleford Tigers. Two tries, four assists, 110 metres and three clean breaks in a Man of the Match performance.
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