A full round of regular action returned this week as the Super League clubs battled it out for the all-important trip to Old Trafford once again.
Some surprise results perhaps, though for some teams they returned from a very long trip from Australia, but can you really use the old ‘jet-lag’ excuse?!
Regardless, only 13 can stand out in this team and all on performance, whether they win, lose or draw, find out who made the cut in round three.
Full-back – Gareth O’Brien
Starting off this week’s line-up is Salford’s ‘saviour’ Gareth O’Brien.
This guy has well and truly kicked on from his magical moment in the 2016 Million Pound Game as he guided Salford to superior superlatives against Hull Kingston Rovers this time around.
A much heavier win and he was heavily involved throughout, in both attack and defence.
Having scored a try, provided two assists and managed over 80 metres from 12 carries, O’Brien was a potent threat throughout and still boasts a lot of talent.
Plenty more to come from him no doubt as kick-starting Salford’s season was just the morale boost needed perhaps.