Michael Hooper retains top spot
July 7, 2014
Foley was the clear man of the match for the Waratahs © Getty Images
Both Hooper and McCalman scored seven points on the weekend, with each instrumental in their side's important road-to-the-finals victories. Hooper made his presence known at the front, while McCalman dominated around the park.
Foley was a clear man of the match against the Highlanders, while Kerevi, who seemed to make a break every time he touched the ball against Western Force, was the only Reds standout in an otherwise gloomy night for the Queenslanders.
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