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FAN VOTE | Best on ground – Eels v Broncos, Round 14

Following the Parramatta Eels Round 14 victory over the Brisbane Broncos at Bankwest Stadium on Saturday 15 June for the Stay Kind Cup, we want to know who the Blue & Gold Army thought was best on field!

There were plenty of strong on-field performances during the 38-10 victory in front of the Blue & Gold Members and fans including a double to Josh Hoffman, and all round performance from Mitch Moses whilst David Gower impressed from the bench.

Hoffman came away with two tries before coming from the field with injury in the 57th minute of the clash. The centre proving a handful for the Broncos defence, finishing the night with 111m from nine runs, one tackle break and thirteen tackles. A busy and energetic performance from the centre.

Halfback Mitch Moses finished the night with 75m from 10 runs, two try assists, four tackle breaks, 18 tackles and five conversions. But it was his boot and control of general play that did the most damage, finishing with 608m from 20 kicks, one forced drop out and pin point grubbers and bombs to keep the Broncos working out from their own end for majority of the game.

Coming from the bench, Eels forward David Gower had great impact during his 52 minutes on the field. Scoring a try off a Corey Oates error, the forward also had 96m from 12 runs, three offloads and 26 tackles. What was not recorded in the statistics was his effort to clean up multiple loose balls along with plenty of support running providing multiple options in attack.

Other notable performances include Manu Ma’u (170m from 17 runs and 30 tackles), Blake Ferguson (190m from 24 runs and six tackle breaks) and Maika Sivo (159m from 17 runs, one try, four tackle breaks).

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