The second round of the NRL Holden Women's Premiership produced another range of mixed performances and individual brilliance.
Brisbane have wrapped up a spot in the inaugural grand final following their 14-4 victory over the Roosters at Allianz Stadium om Friday night.
The Dragons bounced back from their opening round misfortunes with a 22-10 win over the Warriors.
Here is NRL.com's Team of the week:
1. Honey Hireme (St George Illawarra Dragons) - A five-star performance from the Kiwi Ferns international. The Dragons found their perfect replacement for the injured Sam Bremner with Hireme given a licence to roam before churning out 170 metres from 10 carries along with four tackle busts. Could make it hard for coach Daniel Lacey to move her back to the centres.
2. Rikeya Horne (St George Illawarra Dragons) - Collected a kick for her first try of the NRLW and looked sharp out of dummy half in a strong performance that included eight tackle breaks. Like the rest of the Dragons, looked more comfortable with a game under her belt.
3. Jess Sergis (St George Illawarra Dragons) - An early nomination for player of the round. A strong game on the edge with two try-savers and 108 metres before crashing over for a four-pointer of her own. After coming off a nasty head knock last week, she celebrated her 21st birthday in style.
4. Isabelle Kelly (Sydney Roosters) - You'd think the Broncos did a reasonable job against Kelly given they forced a few errors with their rushing defence. And then you look at the 134 metres next to her name, along with two line breaks, six tackle busts and a try, and you think otherwise. A weapon who is doing her best in a struggling side.
Match Highlights: NRLW Roosters v Broncos - Round 2, 2018
5. Shakiah Tungai (St George Illawarra Dragons) - Another Dragons player who looked better for the run. Latched onto an Apii Nicholls pass to run the length of the field and was defensively sound on the edge.
6. Kimiora Nati (Brisbane Broncos) - Missed out on individual honours last week with a solid performance but her combination with Teuila Fotu-Moala is beginning to blossom. Nati looks dangerous with every carry and is keeping the opposition guessing.
7. Ali Brigginshaw (Brisbane Broncos) - Another consistent performance from Brigginshaw in a big game. She went in for the Broncos' first try with a show-and-go, while her 188 kick metres turned the Roosters around on several occasions. Hard to see where she can be stopped.
8. Steph Hancock (Brisbane Broncos) - Came off the bench to churn out 90 metres in 33 minutes and added impact with her aggressive ways against the likes of Australian international forwards Ruan Sims and Elianna Walton.
9. Brittany Breayley (Brisbane Broncos) - Another professional performance from the Jillaroos hooker with seven carries out of dummy half. Got her forwards on the front foot and topped the tackle count with 39.
10. Holli Wheeler (St George Illawarra Dragons) - Got thrown into the front row at late notice but didn't look out of place to match it with a typically dominant Warriors forward pack. Played the entire 60 minutes for 91 metres and 31 tackles.
11. Teuila Fotu-Moala (Brisbane Broncos) - An unstoppable performance from the Broncos back-rower to compile 12 runs for 119 metres with nine tackle busts, two line breaks and a try.
Match Highlights: NRLW Dragons v Warriors - Round 2; 2018
12. Kezie Apps (St George Illawarra Dragons) - Found her groove on the edge with the return of Talesha Quinn on the other side. Got through a mountain of work and accumulated a game-high 44 post-contact metres.
13. Annette Brander (St George Illawarra Dragons) - A quiet achiever who has excelled since moving to the Dragons. Tightened up the middle of the defensive line after the loss to Brisbane with 28 tackles and nine runs in a solid all-round performance.
14. Meg Ward (Brisbane Broncos) - Arm, leg and neck injuries couldn't get her off the field on Friday. Marked up opposite Isabelle Kelly and held her at bay with some rushing defence in a fine performance.
15. Sarina Clark (NZ Warriors) - Scored a try and set up the Warriors' other in a beaten side. Had 14 carries for 128 metres including 35 post-contact metres and four tackle busts.
16. Simaima Taufa (Sydney Roosters) - Virtually played on one leg with a MCL injury but still managed to top the Roosters' numbers with 14 carries for 101 metres off the bench for her side.
17. Ngatokotoru Arakua (Brisbane Broncos) - Another dominant performance off the bench with 95 metres and four tackle busts in just 21 minutes of game time.