In Round 15, we saw a number of big performances leading into selection for the Representative Round.

The Round 15 Team of the Week includes seven players who will be lining up for Rep Honours over the coming weekend.

Take a look below at which players QRL Media's Nathan Jones thought made some outstanding contributions for your favourite teams last weekend.

Each round, QRL Media recognise the 17 best performers and name the Intrust Super Cup 'Team of the Week'*. These team selections will be based not only on statistical data, but will also take on board live and broadcast viewings of the games, with the standout performer of the week to be named captain.

Scott Drinkwater put in a barnstorming effort for the Tigers this round.
Scott Drinkwater put in a barnstorming effort for the Tigers this round.

Scott Drinkwater (Easts Tigers) (c)
A dominant performance from the XXXX Queensland Residents fullback, running for 206m, setting up a try, busting 14 tackles and scoring the winning try on the siren, to claim a come-from-behind victory against the Capras.

Kalifa Faifai-Loa (Townsville Blackhawks)
Townville flyer Faifai-Loa backed up his Queensland Residents selection with a standout performance for the Blackhawks, running in two tries to help secure a win against fellow North Queensland rivals Mackay Cutters.

Konrad Hurrell (Tweed Heads Seagulls)
The 108kg centre played a key role in securing victory for the Seagulls in their 28-24 victory over Norths Devils. Hurrell set up a try, scored two tries and ran for 172m in a dominant performance. Hurrell was rewarded for his performance, with a call-up to the Tongan Squad to take on Samoa in the Pacific Test.

Gehamat Shibasaki (Norths Devils)
A strong performer in a losing side, Shibasaki was at his damaging best again, troubling the Tweed defensive line with his strong running game and footwork, running for 226m, busting eight tackles and scoring a try.

Gideon Gela-Mosby (Northern Pride)
Continued his run of try-scoring form, scoring two tries in three minutes, and taking his tally to five tries in his past four games. Mosby also set up the winning try for centre Brett Anderson with a no-look pass in the 63rd minute.

Bryce Donovan (Redcliffe Dolphins)
One of the standout performers in what was a convincing win for Redcliffe, over the Magpies at home. In just his 5th Intrust Super Cup game, the young Dolphins half scored his first try, kicked four from five goals, ran for 111m and made four tackle breaks.

Brodie Croft (Easts Tigers)
When the game was on the line, Croft took it upon himself to come up with the match-winning play, with a short kick for fullback Drinkwater. Croft starred with both boot and ball, kicking for 173m, setting up two tries, running for 191m, busting five tackles and scoring a try for himself.

Tristan Lumley (Tweed Heads Seagulls)
The Tweed front-rower had his best game of the season in Round 15, with a Hastings Deering Man of the Match performance, running for 163m and making 20 tackles, in just 35 minutes.

Krys Freeman (Townsville Blackhawks)
Townsville rake Freeman troubled his opposition defenders with his running game from dummy half, running for 95m from seven carries, busting five tackles and scoring a try.

Luke Page (Burleigh Bears)
Looking to push his claims for a PNG Kumuls recall with a strong performance in Round 15, and the Burleigh Bears enforcer did just that, running for 184m, making 27 tackles and three offloads.

Sebastian Pandia (Ipswich Jets)
The former PNG Hunters wrecking ball was a standout performer against his old club, running for 155m, making a ridiculous 15 tackle breaks and scoring the Jets only try in the 17th minute.

Bill Cullen (CQ Capras)
An impressive performance in a losing side, the Capras backrower was strong in attack and defence, setting up two tries, running for 153m and making 38 tackles. Cullen troubled the Tigers' edge defence with his strong running game, recording 73 post contact metres and three tackle busts.

Jamil Hopoate (Redcliffe Dolphins)
One of the Dolphins' best forwards in Round 15, worrying Souths defenders with his strong running game and tackle-busting ability, scoring a try, running for 108m and busting six tackles.

Justin Olam (Sunshine Coast Falcons)
Cemented his claims for PNG Kumuls call up with an outstanding performance against competition leaders Burleigh Bears. Olam was just about unstoppable in Round 15, running for 183, busting 12 tackles and scoring a try after he carried several Bears defenders over the try line for a four-pointer.

Jarrod McInally (Easts Tigers)
Scoring doubles at Suzuki Stadium is becoming somewhat of a trend for the Easts winger, with McInally recording his third double of the season in Round 15.

Tui Kamikamica (Sunshine Coast Falcons)
The Fijian international forward lead from the front for the Falcons in Round 15, taking several strong carries to put his side on the front foot, against an experienced Bears pack. Tui managed 158 running metres, 30 tackles and 58 post contact metres. Furthermore, Kamikamica has been named to represent Fiji Bati in the Pacific Test.

James Hill (CQ Capras)
One of two Capras forwards in the Round 15 Team of the Week. The Capras' lock forward was easily the most impressive forward for the Capras, with eight tackle breaks, 180 running metres, and 38 tackles, against an experienced Tigers pack.

*The team selections are the opinions of QRL Media only and do not necessarily reflect the views of the QRL.