Stand-off – George Williams
A slightly difficult choice but remaining at stand-off is England international George Williams.
Williams produced a Man of the Match performance in Wigan’s Kenny Sterling Shield win over Hull.
Having made four tackle busts, as many attacking kicks, a clean break and 123 metres from 15 carries, he was heavily involved in the action throughout.
Wigan look revamped and proper contenders for some silverware in 2018 and should Williams remain fit, then they will be a very difficult side to stop.
Scrum-half – Liam Finn
Scrum-half and Wakefield’s sole player in the team is veteran Liam Finn.
The Irish international guided Wakefield to an edgy home win over Salford but the performance from Trinity wasn’t easy on the eye.
Regardless, the two points were secured and that is what counts and you could say it was his three goal kicks that won Trinity the match.
But he did work harder than any other scrum-half over the weekend arguably, managing six tackle busts and 17 tackles personally, a demonstration of his determination.
That and his leadership skills as Wakefield showed the maturity required to bag the win, even if Salford did out-score them three tries to two.