They may be two of the genuine good guys of rugby league but Luke Douglas and Tim Mannah are also reliable NRL front-rowers who give the same every single week – full commitment.

Douglas has been in tremendous form in recent weeks after regaining his starting position with the injury to David Shillington and he is motivated to play finals football for the first time with the Titans and only the second time in his 12 seasons.

Mannah is such a mainstay for the Eels and has just returned from injury. His attitude and leadership is inspiring.

Let’s see how their stats stand up.

 

Luke Douglas

Career NRL games: 255

Age: 30

Weight: 110kg Height: 190cm

Debut: Sharks v Brisbane (round 2, 2006)

Average metres per game: 95.4

Average tackles per game: 26

Average runs per game: 10

Line breaks: 1

Tries: 1

 

Tim Mannah

Career NRL games: 173

Age: 28

Weight: 110kg Height: 184cm

Debut: Parra vs Warriors (round 1, 2009)

Average metres per game: 95

Average tackles per game:23.1

Average runs per game: 10

Line breaks: 0

Tries: 0