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Top Metre Gainers

In the absence of the metre-gaining juggernaut that is Greg Inglis, George Burgess picked up the slack and ran for 189 metres with the ball in hand. Close behind him was Sam Burgess with 175m, while Kirisome Auva’a made a career-high 143 metres.

George Burgess – 189m

Sam Burgess – 175m

Kirisome Auva’a – 143m

Dave Tyrrell – 102m

Joel Reddy – 101m


Top Tacklers

If Ben Lowe’s intention on Monday night was to impress Michael Maguire, as far as his defence went, mission accomplished. Lowe made 45 tackles during the match – 15 more than Dave Tyrrell who came in second. Kyle Turner continued his high defensive work-rate with 28 to his name.

Ben Lowe – 45

Dave Tyrrell – 30

Kyle Turner – 28

George Burgess – 27


Top Tackle Breaks

The Sharks managed to miss 31 tackles on Monday night in comparison to the Rabbitohs’ 16. In among the carnage though were some brilliant tackle-breaks, with Dylan Walker scoring a game-high five. George Burgess came in second with four, followed by Sam Burgess and Cameron McInnes on three apiece.

Dylan Walker – 5

George Burgess – 4

Sam Burgess – 3

Cameron McInnes – 3


Kick Metres

Rabbitohs – 663m


Spotlight – George Burgess

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