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In-form Bulldogs dominate Team of the Week

Fresh off back-to-back victories for the first time this season, Mick Potter's Bulldogs have dominated voting for the Round 15 NRL Team of the Week with five players selected to the team.

Fullback Jake Averillo, winger Josh Addo-Carr, five-eighth Matt Burton and hooker Jeremy Marshall-King were instrumental in Canterbury's big win over Wests Tigers on Sunday and were recognised as such with each player leading the voting for their respective position, while centre Aaron Schoupp also received numerous votes to claim the other centre position alongside Valentine Holmes.

Holmes, who was instrumental in the Cowboys' thrilling win over Manly, was one of two North Queensland stars voted in the team with Maroons teammate Jeremiah Nanai also included after his heroics late on for Todd Payten's side.

Elsewhere, Hudson Young's match-winner for Canberra saw him claim a spot in the back row while Raiders teammate Joseph Tapine, who continues to go from strength to strength this season, dominated the voting among the props.

Hudson like a hawk swoops to grab the match winner


Blues teammates Nathan Cleary (Panthers), Junior Paulo (Eels), Isaah Yeo (Panthers) and Joseph Suaalii (Roosters) were also included in the side following their respective performances in Round 15.

See the final voting for this week's team below!

Round 15 Team of the Week

  1. Jake Averillo (Bulldogs)
  2. Josh Addo-Carr (Bulldogs)
  3. Valentine Holmes (Cowboys)
  4. Aaron Schoupp (Bulldogs)
  5. Joseph Suaalii (Roosters)
  6. Matt Burton (Bulldogs)
  7. Nathan Cleary (Panthers)
  8. Joseph Tapine (Raiders)
  9. Jeremy Marshall-King (Bulldogs)
  10. Junior Paulo (Eels)
  11. Jeremiah Nanai (Cowboys)
  12. Hudson Young (Raiders)
  13. Isaah Yeo (Panthers)
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