Wingers – Liam Marshall & Ryan Hall
Actually a difficult choice yet again but the wingers this week sees Liam Marshall chosen alongside Ryan Hall, who retains his spot.
Marshall scored a brace of tries in Wigan’s win in Australia over Hull FC.
He finished off in superb style, both of them being half the length of the field, even out-pacing Jamie Shaul in the process.
Not only that, his general support play was rather impressive, relieving the pressure for his forward pack throughout that helped his side home.
Similar superlatives befell Hall. Though he failed to get over the line, his work rate was second to none yet again.
Hall provided an assist, busted eight tackles and totalled 169 metres from 16 carries.
Still a lot of life left in him as he helped the Rhinos battle past a determined Hull Kingston Rovers side in dreary conditions at Elland Road.
Centres – Jimmy Keinhorst & Jordan Turner
Another shock maybe as the centre three-quarters are Leeds’ Jimmy Keinhorst and Huddersfield’s Jordan Turner.
Let’s face it though, keinhorst was an obvious choice. Being the only player over the weekend to secure a hat-trick more or less gets you a spot alone.
Keinhorst was another work horse and it was needed in a very tough match against Hull KR.
He put in 32 tackles, managed six tackle busts, four clean breaks and 84 metres with ball in hand, proving to be a tricky opponent for the visitors.
A superb all-round individual effort, but the same could said of Turner, who helped get the Giants off the mark after defeating Warrington Wolves.
Turner was a scorer in the win but was another grafter in wet conditions at the John Smith’s stadium.
Having made 14 tackles, two busts, and 117 metres from 13 carries, Turner proved to be an extra forward, arguably, as the Giants saw off the heavy spending Wolves and recorded their first win of 2018.