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Parramatta's season is over but they can take some solace from topping each of the three Telstra Tracker GPS data categories for week two of the finals.

Halfback Mitchell Moses covered the most distance (9.2km), centre Waqa Blake posted the top speed (34.9km/h) and fullback Clint Gutherson made the most high-speed efforts - bursts of 20km/h or more (34).

But it couldn't save the Eels from a 38-24 loss to South Sydney at Bankwest Stadium on Saturday.

Blake and Gutherson also led the speed and high-speed efforts categories in week one of the finals when Parramatta lost to Melbourne.

Moses and Gutherson both hit 33.5km/h against the Rabbitohs to share second place in the pace stakes behind Blake.

Roosters centre Josh Morris (33.3km/h) and South Sydney bench back-rower Jed Cartwright (32.6) completed the top five.

For maximum distance, Raiders fullback Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad racked up 9km in his team's 22-18 win over the Roosters to rank second.

Canberra five-eighth Jack Wighton (8.8km), Roosters captain Boyd Cordner (8.1) and Rabbitohs fullback Corey Allan (8) completed the top five.

Nicoll-Klokstad was also the runner-up on the high-speed efforts leaderboard with 32, edging out teammate Jarrod Croker (31), departing Eels centre Brad Takairangi (31) and Tricolours fullback James Tedesco (29).

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