We’re all about the weekend, but what is the best way to win games in a weekend?
Here’s our top 10 players for a weekend in football.
Luke McCalister – Newcastle Knights: McCalisters’ return from injury was good news for the Knights, who now have one of the best halves in the NRL.
The big Kiwi is playing in his first NRL season, and he has impressed so far, with four tries in six games.
Corey Norman- St George Illawarra Dragons: Norman has been fantastic in his return from a torn ACL.
The Dragons have lost the only two games this season and he’s had a big impact.
Aaron Woods- North Queensland Cowboys: Woods is another player to impress with three tries in three games, while the Cowboys have conceded just four tries this season.
Nathan Peats- North Melbourne: Peats is back from a knee injury, and has had a massive impact for North Melbourne, with 12 tries in 15 games.
Corey Thompson- Gold Coast Titans: Thompson is back after a tough two-year absence, with two tries in five games.
Josh Dugan- St Helens: Dugan has been outstanding for the Sea Eagles, scoring seven tries in nine games.
Benji Marshall- Parramatta Eels: Marshall has been solid in his two-game absence, having scored four tries and kicked six field goals in his past four matches.
Luke Keary- Wests Tigers: Keary has been the standout for Wests, scoring two tries and kicking three field goals, while Keary is the man who is playing the hardest of the young forwards.
Dane Gagai- Melbourne Storm: Gagati has been an absolute rock at fullback for the Tigers, scoring six tries in four games.
Jordan Rapana- West Coast Eagles: Rapana is one of three rookies to start for the Eagles this season, after a brilliant season in 2016.
Blake Ferguson- Cronulla Sharks: Ferguson has been terrific, kicking seven goals and kicking four field goals this season for the Sharks, who have conceded only one try in their past six games – including an impressive win over Parramata last weekend.
Josh Reynolds- Manly Sea Eagles: Reynolds has played his way into the Sea Eels side after being selected in the team to play Sydney Roosters at ANZ Stadium.
James Tedesco- West Bulldogs: It’s been a busy start for Tedeso, with five tries in two games, but he’s missed the past four games with an ankle injury.
Anthony Watmough- Norths Devils: Watmoulies has played some really good footy this season with the Giants, but hasn’t been as consistent this season as he was last year.
Nathan Brown- Man, Bulldogs: Brown has played well at fullback, scoring four tries, kicking four and kicking two field goals.
Sam Thaiday- Cronk, Raiders: Thaidy has played great footy at fullback this season so far and has kicked two field goal tries.
Josh Papalii- Parra, Warriors: Papaliris has played a big part in the Raiders’ recent run of form, kicking five goals in two matches.
Cameron Smith- West Queensland Cowboys (A): Smith has been a real influence on the Cowboys’ play, with seven tries and three field goal goals in three matches.
Jack Bird- Western Bulldogs: Bird has been impressive at fullback with five goals and four field goal attempts in three outings.
Matt Gillett- Western Force: Gilletta has been really impressive this season after a poor 2016 campaign.
Josh Mansour- Melbourne Rebels: Mansour has been absolutely dominant at fullback and has played really well for the Rebels, scoring three tries and two field Goal attempts.
Matt Scott- Manurewa Warriors: Scott has played an outstanding season at fullback but has struggled to get more game time.
Jordan McLean- West Australian Warriors: McLean has been one of a few to impress in the Warriors’ midfield this season following a move to the Raiders, with three goals and two assists in three game stints.
Jack Wighton- Sydney Rooster: Wighton has played brilliantly for the Rooster this season but has yet to get a chance in the Roosts first game this season in round six.
Aaron Gray- Brisbane Broncos: Gray has had an excellent season at wing for the Broncos, scoring 13 tries and eight field goal efforts in nine matches.
Jordan Kahu- Western Sydney Wanderers: Kahu has been great at fullback so far this season while playing in two of the three games for the Wanderers.
Jake Mamo- Melbourne Sea Eagles (A