Five Broncos, a dominant Bulldog and a ridiculous number of metre-eaters headline NRL.com's Team of the Week for Round 4.

1. Josh Dugan (Dragons)

He scored the match-winning try against Penrith, but even before that Dugan's 210 metres and 15 tackle breaks would have earned him a place in the team of the week.

2. Josh Mansour (Panthers)

The Panthers winger proved he's no slouch with his whopping 256 metres and a try against the Dragons. 

3. Solomone Kata (Warriors)

Kata was one of the Warriors' main attacking weapons against Newcastle, scoring one try and setting up another. 

4. James Roberts (Broncos)

The former Titan finally hit his stride in Brisbane's golden-point win over the Cowboys by scoring his first try as a Bronco while also setting up another from long range.

5. Shaun Kenny-Dowall (Roosters)

In his 200th NRL game the Roosters winger provided two tries and 11 tackle breaks despite his side being edged out 22-20 by Manly. 

6. Anthony Milford (c) (Broncos)

Milford was the hero of the grand final rematch with his 40-metre field goal in golden point the deciding factor against North Queensland. He also scored a try and set up another crucial four-pointer from inside his own 10 metres late in the contest.

7. Moses Mbye (Bulldogs)

Mbye spearheaded the Bulldogs' attack in their 30-point win over the Rabbitohs, ending proceedings with 14 points and two try assists. 

8. Josh McGuire (Broncos)

Showing no ill signs so far this year after an Achilles injury ended his last campaign, McGuire put together his best 2016 showing by smashing out 148 metres and 50 tackles.

9. Mitch Rein (Dragons)

Rein's persistence never died in St George Illawarra's victory over Penrith, making 48 tackles in a game where defence proved the difference. 

10. Junior Paulo (Eels)

Best on ground in Parramatta's 8-0 win over the Wests Tigers, Paulo scored the game's only try. 

11. Beau Scott (Eels)

Eels coach Brad Arthur credited Scott for adding much-needed steel to Parramatta's defence following their win over the Tigers. 

12. Alex Glenn (Broncos)

Glenn was a rock on Brisbane's left edge in an 85-minute effort where he produced 116 metres and 31 tackles. 

13. Jason Taumalolo (Cowboys)

North Queensland's Taumalolo couldn't have done much more for his team with a barnstorming 214 metres.

Interchange:

14. Corey Parker (Broncos)

Parker's goal kicking stood tall at the end of Brisbane's golden point victory. His six goals from six attempts nudged out a Cowboys outfit who scored more tries than the Broncos. 

15. Ryan James (Titans)

In a memorable fortnight for the Titan, the fill-in skipper provided amazing impact off the bench in the Gold Coast's late four-point win over Canberra.

16. Ben Barba (Sharks)

While he provided a flashback to his 2012 form in Cronulla's 14-6 win over Melbourne, Barba's two try-saving tackles in the final quarter of the game should stand tall in the memories of Sharks' fans.

17. Ben Matulino (Warriors)

Matulino's try just before half-time was the impetus behind the Warriors' eventual 22-point win over Newcastle.

This article first appeared on NRL.com