20th March 2017, 15:25 | dreamteam
Gelling impressed in Wigan’s 16-16 draw against Huddersfield on Sunday.
The Centre scored the only try of the second half to bring Wigan two points behind.
Anthony also made 151 metres, six tackle busts and two clean breaks.
The Second Row featured heavily in FC’s victory over Widnes on Friday evening.
Minichiello made 156 metres and seven tackle busts, more than any player on the pitch.
Mark also made 25 tackles and assisted Jamie Shaul after a clean break.
Gelling scored the only try of the second half in Wigan's draw v Huddersfield
Minichiello made seven tackle busts
Catalans were beaten late on by Saints in Saturday’s only fixture.
Aiton made 44 tackles in the defeat, bettered only by James Roby with 45.
The former Papa New Guinea captain also made 94 metres and two tackle busts.
Westerman continues to impress during a tough run of games for Warrington.
The Loose Forward made 50 tackles in the defeat to Leigh, more than any other player.
Joe also made five tackles and two offloads.
Aiton made 44 tackles
Houghton made 51 tackles against Widnes
Murdoch-Masila was on fire for the Red Devils in their victory over flying Castleford Tigers.
The Second Row scored both of Salford’s tries in the victory.
Ben also made 139 metres and seven tackle busts, the most of any player in the Sunday fixture.
The Man of Steel is back at the top of the Dream Team ladder.
Houghton made 51 tackles against Widnes with 11 being from the marker position.
The hooker also made two tackle busts and two offloads in the win.
Houghton has now broken into the top three highest points scorers in 2017 Betfred Super League Dream Team behind Adam Cuthbertson and Matt Parcell, but both the Rhinos forwards have played one more game than Houghton.
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