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Cup team of the week: Round 18

Intrust Super Cup has always been a tremendous pathway to the National Rugby League competition. We take a look back at some key performances by former Intrust Super Cup players in the NRL in Round 18.

Cup team of the week: Round 18

1. Scott Drinkwater - Easts Tigers/North Queensland Cowboys

  • 116 run metres, one line break assist, two try assists, 19 tackles, 92 kick metres

2. Enari Tuala - Northern Pride/Newcastle Knights 

  • One try, 103 run metres, 33 post contact metres, three tackle breaks, 12 tackles

3. Young Tonumaipea - Easts Tigers/Gold Coast Titans

  • One try, 122 run metres, 24 post contact metres, one tackle break, 18 tackles
 
 
 
 
 
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How good was that one! 🤯 #NRLTitansBroncos

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4. Gehamat Shibasaki - Norths Devils/Newcastle Knights

  • One try, 106 run metres, 26 post contact metres, three tackle breaks,19 tackles

5. Corey Allan - Souths Logan Magpies/South Sydney Rabbitohs 

  • One try, 137 run metres, 61 post contact metres, one line break assist, one offload

6. Cameron Munster - East Tigers/Melbourne Storm (c)

  • Two tries, 98 run metres, two line breaks, five tackle breaks, one offload, 15 tackles, 84 kick metres
 
 
 
 
 
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@munster94 got bounce.

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7. Daly Cherry-Evans - Sunshine Coast Falcons/Manly Sea Eagles

  • Four goals, 99 run metres, one line break, two line break assists, three try assists, five tackle breaks

8. Toby Rudolf - Redcliffe Dolphins/Cronulla Sharks 

  • One try, 106 run metres, 34 post contact metres, one line break, four tackle breaks, 24 tackles
 
 
 
 
 
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Those first try feels 😤 #UpUp

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9. Cameron Smith - Norths Devils/Melbourne Storm

  • Six goals, 25 run metres, three line break assists, three try assists, 34 tackles, 97. 1 per cent tackle efficiency

10. Lachlan Burr - Burleigh Bears/New Zealand Warriors

  • 103 run metres, 36 post contact metres, three tackle breaks, 17 tackles, 94.4 per cent tackle efficiency

11. Tohu Harris - Sunshine Coast Falcons/New Zealand Warriors

  • 202 run metres, 83 post contact metres, three tackle breaks, 41 tackles, 95.3 per cent tackle efficiency

12. Tino Fa’ausuamaleaui - Sunshine Coast Falcons/Melbourne Storm

  • One try, 167 run metres, 56 post contact metres, one line break, one tackle break, 31 tackles

13. Harry Grant - Sunshine Coast Falcons/West Tigers

  • 101 metres, 25 post contact metres, one try assist, one line break assist, 48 tackles, 94.1 per cent tackle efficiency