This year's XXXX Rivalry Round delivered some great contests on the field and showcased some fantastic individual performances right across the competition.
Wynnum Manly Seagulls skipper Sam Scarlett scored a hat-trick, including the match-winning try against Redcliffe Dolphins, to earn himself the title of Hastings Deering Player of the Match and captain of this week's Team of the Week.
Each round, Queensland Rugby League recognises the 17 best performers and name the Intrust Super Cup Team of the Week. These team selections are based not only on statistical data, but also take on board live and broadcast viewings of the games, with the standout performer of the week named captain.
1. Trai Fuller - Redcliffe Dolphins
Fuller was a standout for the Dolphins against Wynnum Manly, with his attacking play particularly striking. The Dolphins custodian scored one try, ran 205 metres from his 18 runs and clocked an astonishing 12 tackle breaks as well, in a performance that also included two line breaks and one line break assist.
2. Josh Beehag - Redcliffe Dolphins
In his first game back in Cup this season, the Dolphins junior was on a mission to impress, scoring two tries and running for 115 metres. Beehag also made 14 tackles, had three tackle breaks and one line break.
3. Esan Marsters - Townsville Blackhawks
The Blackhawks talent, contracted to North Queensland Cowboys, was a standout for the Blackhawks during their loss to Northern Pride. Marsters scored two tries, ran 97 metres off 10 runs, had one line break and three tackle breaks. Powerful PNG Hunters centre Brandon Nima was also strong; he made 18 tackles, ran for 108 metres from his 14 runs, produced one try assist, one line break assist and delivered an offload to boot.
4. Junior Pauga - Wynnum Manly Seagulls
The Wynnum Manly livewire was dangerous every time he had the ball against the Dolphins at the weekend. Pauga scored two tries, ran a huge 176 metres off 16 runs, including 68 post-contact metres, and had one line break and six tackle breaks. Brisbane Tigers centre Brenko Lee was also good, scoring one try, running 102 metres, with one line break and four tackle breaks.
5. Norman Brown - PNG Hunters
The Hunters winger scored two tries on debut; he was not at all overwhelmed in his first game and did his job in defence. Brown ran 65 metres, had two line breaks, two tackle breaks and made 12 tackles.
6. Tyson Gamble - Norths Devils
Gamble, who is contracted to the Brisbane Broncos, was on fire with three try assists, three line break assists and five goals; he was also strong in defence and did not back down. He, alongside his halves partner Jack Ahearn, pulled the strings for Norths in their impressive win over the Souths Logan Magpies.
7. Sam Scarlett - Wynnum Manly Seagulls (C)
Put simply, match-winner. The talented halfback, who scored three key tries in the win against the Dolphins, also produced one line break and one tackle break to go with his 269 kick metres and 15 tackles. The inspirational skipper was only on the field for 64 minutes, but he made each moment count.
8. Nat Neale - Ipswich Jets
The Jets skipper is a constant top performer for the Jets. Neale, who has been in the Team of the Week every round this season so far, made a whopping 45 tackles, three tackle breaks and ran 80 metres off 16 runs, including 56 post-contact metres during his 80 minutes on the field. Townsville Blackhawks prop Jordan Kenworthy was also good, with 155 run metres and 23 tackles in 59 minutes; and Jordan Grant was superb in his Tigers debut with 153 run metres and 20 tackles in 41 minutes.
9. Treymaine Brown - Central Queensland Capras
The Capras hooker was impressive against Mackay Cutters, scoring two tries and kicking two goals; he also had one line break assist, two line breaks, four tackle breaks and 32 tackles. Opposing hooker Sean Mullany was also strong; he scored two tries, had two line breaks, four tackle breaks and made 36 tackles during his 80 minutes on the field.
10. Ross Bella - Mackay Cutters
The Cutters prop made a big impact during his 44 minutes on the field. Bella scored one try, ran 116 metres off 10 runs including 47 post-contact metres, had one line break, two tackle breaks and made 12 tackles.
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11. Brendan Piakura - Norths Devils
The young gun showed why good rugby league judges are excited to see him make his way to the next level with a strong performance against Souths Logan Magpies. The former Tweed Seagulls junior was in fine form for the Devils, scoring his side's two opening tries as well as running for 98 metres; he also had two line breaks and three tackle breaks during his 80 minutes.
12. Peter Hola - Northern Pride
The Pride second rower made his presence known during his 63 minutes on the field against the Blackhawks. The Cowboys-contracted star scored one try, made 177 metres from 12 runs, including 84 post-contact; he also had one line break, five tackle breaks and made 34 tackles.
13. Sam McIntyre - Tweed Seagulls
The Seagulls lock was impressive during his side's win over rivals Burleigh Bears. McIntyre, during his 63 minutes on the field, ran 135 metres, including 45 post-contact; he also had one tackle break and made 24 tackles.
14. Lachlan Hubner - Central Queensland Capras
The Capras lock was impressive during his 53 minutes on the field; he scored one try, ran 44 metres, had one line break and four tackle breaks, to earn himself a spot on the bench in the Round 4 Team of the Week.
15. Jake Clifford - Northern Pride
The Cowboys-contracted playmaker was instrumental in Pride's win over northern rivals the Blackhawks at the weekend. Clifford scored one try, kicked five goals, ran 82 metres from nine runs and made a huge 258 kick metres; he also had one try assist, one line break assist, one line break and two tackle breaks.
16. Kobe Hetherington - Souths Logan Magpies
The Broncos-contracted young gun appears in Team of the Week for the third time in four rounds after a stellar performance in attack and defence for the Magpies. Hetherington scored one try, ran 97 metres off eight runs, had two line breaks, five tackle breaks and made a huge 44 tackles.
17. Gerard Beale - Brisbane Tigers
The Tigers fullback was phenomenal in attack during his side's win over Ipswich Jets. Beale scored one try, ran 123 metres, including 39 post-contact, had one try assist, one line break assist, one line break and four tackle breaks during his 80 minutes on the field.