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Once again tireless One New Zealand Warriors captain Tohu Harris has earned a spot in the NRL’s VB Hard Earned Team of the Week.

The outstanding Harris produced a second consecutive 80-minute effort in earning 98 points in his team’s vital 24-12 win over Canterbury Bankstown.

Only Brisbane prop Payne Haas (104) – in a beaten side – and Penrith second rower Scott Sorensen (103) topped Harris’ 98 points.

He finished with 162 metres from 20 runs (equal with teammate Addin Fonua-Blake for most metres by a forward from either side), had two tackle breaks and again finished with 48 tackles, a tally matched only by Bulldogs back rower Harrison Edwards. Not to mention the influence he had in his role as first receiver on attack.

A week earlier against Penrith he had a game-high 48 tackles, 155 metres from 21 runs – the best numbers for any forward on the field – with 50 post contact metres (equal best for a forward).

That’s consistency personified.


1 Dylan Edwards (Panthers) | 68 points
2 Taane Milne (Rabbitohs) | 79 points
3 Starford To’a (Wests Tigers) | 71 points
4 Campbell Graham (Rabbitohs) | 67 points
5 Ronaldo Mulitalo (Sharks) | 66 points
6 Jarome Luai (Panthers) | 68 points
7 Jahrome Hughes (Storm) | 57 points
8 Payne Haas (Broncos) | 104 points
9 Harry Grant (Storm) | 57 points
10 Joseph Tapine (Raiders) | 85 points
11 Scott Sorensen (Panthers)  103 points
12 Eliesa Katoa (Storm) | 93 points
13 Tohu Harris (One New Zealand Warriors) – 98 points
14 Cameron Murray (Rabbitohs) | 92 points
15 Josh King (Storm) | 87 points
16 Isaah Yeo (Panthers) | 86 points
17 James Fisher-Harris (Panthers) | 83 points

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