Super 8’s Team of the Week: Round 4

Fullback – Jonny Lomax (St Helens)

Ignited Saints’ comeback with a classy performance. Scored a good try and made the joint-most tackle busts with 10.

Wing – Jake Mamo (Huddersfield Giants)

Returned to the squad and made an instant impact with a superb hat-trick. All three tries were well finished as Mamo looks to nail down a starting spot in a very competitive Giants backline.

Centre – Bryson Goodwin (Warrington Wolves)

The form centre in Super League at the moment. Got involved as much as he could, making 171 metres from 17 carries, and deserved his two tries.

Centre – Oliver Gildart (Wigan Warriors)

Played as both a winger and a centre on Thursday and was equally as impressive in both positions. Made Wigan’s only clean break of the game as well as producing a stunning finish in the corner for his try.

Wing – Greg Eden (Castleford Tigers)

Is getting back to his try scoring best with another two superb scores on Friday. He also had an unbelievable average gain total, grabbing 22.63 metres per carry.

Stand-off – Jacob Miller (Wakefield Trinity)

Worked hard to keep his side in the game but couldn’t do it on his own. Was Trinity’s biggest threat all game, typified by his assist for Bill Tupou’s try.

Scrum-half – Jake Trueman (Castleford Tigers)

Steered the Tigers around the pitch and still takes charge despite having Luke Gale back alongside him. Loved taking the ball to the line, whilst also providing a superb kicking game.

Prop – Luke Thompson (St Helens)

Laid a great platform for Saints’ backs to work off with plenty of strong carries. Made 137 metres as well as four crucial marker tackles to prevent the Dragons from getting a roll on.

Hooker – Tyler Randell (Wakefield Trinity)

Put in a man-of-the-match performance despite being on the losing side. Made a massive 48 tackles and put in a huge 80 minute effort, which he isn’t used to.

Prop – Ryan Sutton (Wigan Warriors)

Made a huge impact coming off the bench. Made the Warriors’ most metres with 126 from 18 carries, as well as making a solid 35 tackles.

Second Row – Joe Greenwood (Wigan Warriors)

Hitting good form at just the right time. Put in another strong performance, scoring a try and making the second most metres with 125.

Second Row – Mickaël Goudemand (Catalan Dragons)

One of the Dragons’ unsung heroes this season. Ran hard and made the game’s most tackles with 33 despite coming off the bench.

Loose Forward – Gabriel Hamlin (Wigan Warriors)

Proved a handful every time he carried the ball. Made the most tackle busts in the game with five, as well as having Wigan’s second highest average gain, making 9.33 metres per carry.