Who was the best this past weekend?
- 28 Jul 2014
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The four nominees are:
The Crusaders No 8 was at his very best against the Sharks, scoring a try and making 49m from six carries before leaving the field in the 64th minute.
Coetzee was the most consistent of the Sharks' players in Christchurch, carrying the ball strongly and winning some important turnovers on the ground.
The Crusaders winger was a constant threat with ball in hand, scoring one of his side's five tries and making 91m from 12 carries.
The Waratahs captain made 10 tackles and nine carries against the Brumbies in Sydney.
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