Vote For the Standout Performance Of The Year

Rugby league is most definitely a team sport, but every now and then it takes some individual brilliance to help guide a team to victory.

Throughout the 2019 season there were a number of notable standout performances, and we're going to the fans to decide who's performance shined the brightest.

Based on the top selections from the 2019 Fan Voted Man Of The Match, give yourself a refresher and vote below

Round 2: Luke Keary takes the reigns

In the absence of Cooper Cronk and on enemy territory, Luke Keary grabbed hold of the reigns and steered his team to a dominant victory over the Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles.

He ended the night with an incredible four try assists, 348 kicking metres and forced three goal-line dropouts. 

Can't remember just how good he was? Take a look at the highlights below!

Round 7: Unstoppable Taukeiaho ices Anzac Day

After missing out on an epic victory against the Melbourne Storm in Round 6, Siosiua Taukeiaho returned to the NRL arena for the highly anticipated Anzac Day battle against the St George Illawarra Dragons.

He tallied an impressive 272 running metres and 79 post contact metres, then iced the victory with a hard-earned try that was awarded the MusclePharm Moment of the year.

Round 8: Latrell runs rampant over Wests

Nothing short of unstoppable at the Sydney Cricket Ground, Latrell Mitchell was firing on all cylinders against the Wests Tigers in Round 8.

He ended the night with a breathtaking hat-trick of tries, one try assist, two line breaks and 202 running metres.

Round 9: A little bit of Tedesco Magic

In what was the Sydney Roosters first Magic Round battle, they found themselves in a tussle with the Canberra Raiders at Suncorp Stadium.

James Tedesco turned in a brilliant performance on the afternoon, tallying three try assists, one try, two line breaks and 199 running metres.

Round 14: A home at fullback

In what was his first NRL match in the fullback position, Joseph Manu turned in an outstanding performance against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs.

He had a whopping 299 running metres to go with two tries and a try assist.

Round 23: A veteran's string

The Roosters were set for their first match at Kogarah since 2013, and Cooper Cronk was most definitely up to the challenge.

Not only did he take on goal kicking duties, but he made all four of the conversions he attempted. 

He ended the dominant showing with three try assists and 316 kicking metres. 

His cross field kick to Daniel Tupou was widely discussed and nominated for the Steggles Try of the year.

From the selections below, choose your standout performance of the year!

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