Storm halfback Jahrome Hughes and Panthers hooker Api Koroisau took out the Bundaberg Man of the Match awards for the third and final week.
Throughout the first three weeks of the finals, Bundaberg have given the Man of the Match $1000 to pass on to a senior grassroots club.
The impacts of bushfires and COVID-19 have been felt by many grassroots clubs and Bundaberg Rum is determined to help.
Hughes exploded from the start of Melbourne's 30-10 win over the Raiders by setting up a pair of first-half tries. He assisted another in the second half with his kicking game oustanding.
The No.7 donated $1000 to the Currumbin Eagles senior teams, for whom he played with on the Gold Coast.
Meanwhile, a second-half shoulder issue couldn't stop Koroisau from being named best on ground against the Rabbitohs.
The No.9 was immense when running from dummy-half, always threatening around the ruck, and also produced 47 tackles.
He chalked up 82 metres from eight runs and registered a line-break assist.
The Bundaberg Rum Man of the Match initiative has now wrapped up.
Week one winners: Nathan Cleary (Panthers), Jack Wighton (Raiders), Cody Walker (Rabbitohs)
Week two winners: Josh Papalii (Raiders), Damien Cook Rabbitohs
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