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Power Rankings Round 11

In 2019, will be awarding our own 3, 2, 1 each week.

We’ll keep tally as we rank the performances of our troops throughout the season.

Connor Watson zipped up the list this week following an inspired performance in Friday's 38-12 win over the Roosters.

3 - Mitchell Pearce

The skipper was in fine form against his former club.

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Not only did he score a try but he pulled the strings on a magical night for the half.

He had 488 kick metres and made five tackle breaks.

2 - Connor Watson

In Indigenous Round, Watson stepped up.

The Mr Fix it was involved in everything.

Coming into hooker when Danny Levi left the field with an ankle injury, he later moved to fullback when Kalyn Ponga went off.

He ran for 121 metres, made a line break, six tackle breaks and scored a try.

1 - Kalyn Ponga

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The fullback finished up with 18 points.

While he missed the final stages of the game after failing a HIA, he was electric.

He ran for 105 metres, set up a try for his captain and scored a brilliant solo try of his own.

The people’s power rankings:

Last week you voted Mitchell Pearce 3, Kalyn Ponga 2 and Danny Levi 1 point. 

Vote in the poll below for who you thought was our best player in Round 11.