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Numbers: Electric outside backs and barnstorming forwards

These are the numbers that matter.

While stats can't tell you everything, they do paint a very telling picture.

Here's what they told us following the Round 10 clash with the Rabbitohs.

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Tackle breaks to Kalyn Ponga.

The No.1 was back to his electric best today, and was arguably the difference between the two sides.

Ponga laid on a crucial second half try with a clutch grubber kick for Bradman Best, ran for 162 metres, made a line break and scored a stunning solo try himself.

The man known as 'KP' looked dangerous every time he had the ball, and will be wanting to carry this sort of form through to the end of the season.


Run metres for David Klemmer.

With front row partner Daniel Saifiti on the sidelines with a knee injury, Klemmer was forced to step up against a hungry South Sydney pack.

And step up he did.

Klemmer ran for for over 150 metres, with 64 of those coming post contact. The NSW Origin rep also chalked up 35 tackles and an offload in his 57 minutes spent on the field.


Post contact metres for Bradman Best.

The young tear-away had one of his best games yet since debuting in the NRL late last year.

Best was incredibly damaging with the ball, running for 176 metres with 93 of them coming post contact.

Best also scored a crucial second half try, as well as setting up Enari Tuala with a peach of a flick pass in the first half.

The young centre also a line break assist and two offloads in another dominant display on the left edge.


NRL Games for Aidan Guerra.

Congratulations to the big man on a wonderful milestone!