See who dazzled and who disappointed in the Kangaroos 34-16 win over Mate Ma'a Tonga.
1.James Tedesco – 9
Chalked up more than 170 running metres, broke the line a couple of times and scored a try. He was solid defensively too in a man of the match performance.
2.Dane Gagai - 6
Made a few big defensive plays and set up a try.
3.Tom Trbojevic - 7
After a mixed debut, 'Turbo' Tom was on fire against Tonga. He bagged two tries and made 19 tackles. A busy night for the young man.
4.Latrell Mitchell - 6
His running game looked more and more dangerous throughout the night.
5.Valentine Holmes - 7
A typically active game from Holmes who bagged a double and kicked reasonably well.
6.Luke Keary – 5
Set up Tedesco's try but had an off night with the boot. Made a few kicking errors that let Tonga off the hook.
7.Daly Cherry-Evans – 8
Scored the opening try and steered the offence around well.
8.David Klemmer – 7
After a quiet week against the Kiwis, Klemmer chewed through the running metres.
9.Damian Cook – 6
Made an impressive 43 tackles, but wasn't his usual active self out of dummy half and lacked impact on attack.
10.Jordan McLean – 6
An impressive tackle count and a solid effort at both ends of the pitch.
11.Boyd Cordner – 7
A strong outing from the Kangaroos captain. He looked threatening throughout the night.
12.Felise Kaufusi – 7
Set up a try and had a high tackle count.
13.Josh McGuire – 7
Had his hands full opposing Jason Taumalolo but set the tone defensively and forced a Tongan error.
14.Ben Hunt – 5
Only saw 22 minutes and had little time on the football, but he put in a nice touch-finder late in the piece and didn't put a foot wrong in limited game time.
15.Jake Trbojevic – 6
Injected energy from the bench and challenged the Tongan line a number of times.
16.Tyson Frizell – 6
Frizell made a difference on offence in limited minutes, being the most energetic player on the pitch. He displayed his dynamic running game at every opportunity he got.
17.Aaron Woods – 5
Ran for almost 100 metres with just nine carries.
1.Will Hopoate – 6
Hopoate was strong offensively, running for more that 130m, but missed all but one of his attempted tackles.
2.Daniel Tupou - 5
Had limited opportunities on the wing, but made the one he did get count with a well taken try in the corner.
3.Michael Jennings – 3
Poor ball security allowed the Australian side to take over possession on more than one occasion.
4.Solomone Kata - 6
His passing game still needs work but he ran with power and got across the stripe.
5.David Fusitu'a – 5
Solid under the high ball, but turned the football over a couple of times. Had limited opportunities in sight of the try line.
6.Tuimoala Lolohea – 7
Lolohea handled the moment well in a strong performance as the Tongans lead playmaker. He displayed some creativity and a solid kicking game.
7.Ata Hingano – 2
Hingano injured his shoulder early on and tried to play through it. However, after he fell off a tackle which led to the Kangaroos second try, he was taken from the field.
8.Andrew Fifita – 5
Ran for over 100m but coughed the ball up a few times and lacked his usual impact on the game.
9.Siliva Havili – 4
Tried to force a pass which led to the Kangaroos opening try and made some handling errors.
10.Siosiua Taukeiaho – 8
Tonga's best of the night. Defended well, ran good lines and looked threatening throughout the contest. Ran for 200m on the night.
11.Tevita Pangai Jr. -7
Scored the opening try after breaking the line with some nice footwork and sparked their second try with a nice offload to set the play in motion.
12.Sika Manu – 7
Put boot to ball early in the second half to force a goal-line drop out. Lead the team in tackling with 40 in a strong defensive showing.
13.Jsaon Taumalolo – 7
Battled with Josh McGuire throughout the contest in what was the one-on-one battle of the night. Chewed through the metres and made some nice defensive plays.
14.Sione Kata – 5
The reserve hooker was thrown into the halves when Hingano went off and played his part, though let Lolohea run the show – carrying the ball only twice and putting in as many kicks.
15.Addin Fonua-Blake – 6
Charged with intent and looked to mark his impact felt on both ends of the field. Ran for more than 140m.
16.Joe Ofahengaue – 6
Forced a penalty and came close to scoring. Made things tough on the Kangaroos defense with his powerhouse running style.
21. Ben Murdoch-Masila – 7
Came close to scoring a couple of times, ran with intent and was impressive defensively.