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Only three games were played last week in the VB NSW Cup, but there were still some remarkable individual statistical performances.

Jack Ahearn and Josh McCrone combined for five try assists in Mounties' 52-22 demolition of Wentworthville. Ahearn also made two linebreaks, two linebreak assists, and ran for 143 metres. Mitchell Cornish made eight tackle breaks, and had a great day with the boot, kicking eight conversions.

Wyong Roos had completion rate of 85% in their win against the Manly Sea Eagles, which was the highest for the round. Abraham Papalii and Eloni Vunakece both ran for over 200 metres, which is an outstanding effort. Papalii also made nine tackle breaks and two linebreaks, along with Matt Mcilwrick who also broke the line on two occasions. For the Sea Eagles, Delroy Berryman and Ben Fritz each scored a double, with Berryman making 151 metres and Fritz making three linebreaks. Jayden Hodges recorded 42 tackles while Tony Satini set up two tries, had three linebreak assists, and broke eight tackles.

Wests Tigers halves pairing Penani Manumalealii and Te Maire Martin were instrumental in their 20-point victory over the Newcastle Knights, setting up a try each, making two linebreaks each and also setting one two linebreaks between them. Martin also bagged a double, while Kurtis Rowe broke nine tackles and made a linebreak. Two Knights players topped the round in metres and tackles made, with Nathan Ross clocking up 234 metres, and Sam Mataora making 49 tackles. Jace Delaney made the only charge down of the round, while Kerrod Holland made two linebreaks.