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FAN VOTE | Best on Ground, Eels v Wests Tigers, Round Six

Extended Highlights - Eels v Wests Tigers, Round Six, Bankwest Stadium

Following the Parramatta Eels Round Six victory over the Wests Tigers at Bankwest Stadium on Easter Monday, we want to know who the Blue & Gold Army thought was best on field.

There were plenty of strong on-field performances with a stand out performance from halfback Mitch Moses, a double to Eels centre Michael Jennings along along with Clint Gutherson and Reed Mahoney's efforts.

Mitch Moses wrote his name into the history books with the first try, first goal and first field goal in an NRL game at Bankwest Stadium but the halfback also put in a strong performance controlling the team. 133m from his 12 runs, one line break, two line break assists, two try assists and 286 kick metres with two forced line drop outs in his the all round performance.

Eels centre Michael Jennings put his hand up early in the first half with two tries and another disallowed, finishing the game with eight points and two line breaks, the most from any Blue & Gold player. Jennings finished with 157 from 11 runs, five tackle breaks and nineteen tackles.

There were also busy performances from Clint Gutherson and Reed Mahoney. The captain and fullback had a busy night on the field with 190m from 19 runs, one line break, two line break assists, two try assists and two tackle breaks. Mahoney also put in a strong performance with 95 run metres, two tackle breaks, 44 tackles and a try to cap off his 21st birthday.

Young forward Oregon Kaufusi had plenty of impact off the bench crossing for his first NRL try, 22 tackles and 99m from 9 charges whilst experienced prop Tim Mannah finished with 189m from 16 runs and 22 tackles during his 46 minutes on the field.

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