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Tohu Harris and Addin Fonua-Blake have become fixtures in the NRL Team of the Week and they earned selection again with their efforts in the One New Zealand Warriors’ 48-18 win over the Dragons.

The two hard-working forwards are the epitome of consistency in all they do and underlined their value once more as the club had just its second win in history over St George Illawarra in Wollongong.

In his 59 minutes on the field Fonua-Blake made 193 metres from 20 runs (60 post-contact metres) and had a line break assist, a try assist, two tackle breaks, three off loads and 31 tackles with no missed tackles.

Harris was given a rare break from playing 80 minutes but in 68 minutes he delivered as ever with 161 metres from 19 runs (62 post-contact metres), two tackle breaks, an off load and 27 tackles.

Fonua-Blake is averaging 170 metres and 29 tackles .across 15 appearances so far. In 12 games, Harris averages 132 metres and 40 tackles.

While Harris and Fonua-Blake made the VB Hard Earned Team of the Week, there was no room for Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad, Dallin Watene-Zelezniak or Shaun Johnson despite their outstanding displays against the Dragons.

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