Time to have your say Sharks fans. Who was your best in Sunday's big win?
The Sharks put last week's loss behind them and responded with a dominant 46-10 win over the Warriors on the Central Coast.
It was an impressive attacking performance with Shaun Johnson on song and the Sharks backline running riot.
Match Highlights - Sharks v Warriors
Sione Katoa (230 metres) and Jesse Ramien (146 metres) both crossing the stripe for doubles with Ronaldo Mulitalo (164 metres) and Will Kennedy getting on the score sheet as well.
Sione ended the Round on top of the NRL leaderboard for tries in 2020, now sitting with 10 - one clear of second-place.
Up front, Braden Hamlin-Uele continued his habit of fast starts - scoring the opening four-pointer in what has become his signature over the last few weeks - trucking out 135 metres. Aaron Woods kept pace with 139 metres, 2 offloads and 2 tackle busts of his own.
Toby Rudolf looked like he was out to prove a point clocking 179 metres with a line break and 4 tackle busts. He also banged out an impressive 31 tackles in his 62 minutes on field.
Shaun Johnson's class was the feature of the afternoon, with a try, 2 try assists, a line break assist and 7 out of 8 conversion attempts.
SJ now leads the NRL for try assists (15), line engagements (71) and sits third in total points (80).
Off the pine Royce Hunt, Sifa Talakai and Connor Tracey had some extended game time and were, as always, strong in both attack and defence.
But enough from us, who do you think deserves the crown this week?
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