5- Adam Reynolds
For the first half of the season Reynolds was the inform half of the competition, however injury was quite disruptive to his season as the Rabbitohs’ number seven never quite hit previous form on return.
4- Mitchell Pearce
Despite a poor start and end to the 2019 NRL season Mitchell Pearce was near unstoppable during the Knights’ winning run halfway through the season.
3- Cooper Cronk
Although not his best season, Cooper Cronk remained an influential member of the Roosters’ line up consistently.
2- Daly Cherry-Evans
Similar to Cronk, DCE although not outstanding every game consistently plays at a high level, however didn’t reach the heights of number 1.
1- Mitchell Moses
After an up and down first half of the season, Mitchell Moses ended 2019 strong with outstanding performance after outstanding performance.