RALPH Sherwin bagged maximum points from both Suva's National Football League matches at the weekend.
He is second on The Fiji Times top player hunt points table.
Navua's Pepe Erenio maintains his lead after he was awarded two points against Lautoka in the Fiji Sun/GP Batteries-sponsored competition.
LABASA 0 SUVA 0
(Subrail Park: Reporter SERAFINA SILAITOGA)
3 points - Ralph Sherwin (Suva) - good with dribbling and setting up play.
2 points - Amit Kanhaiya (Labasa) - fast player, showed good anticipation in defence.
1 point - Nalinesh Reddy (Labasa) - aggressive footballer.
REWA 6 NADROGA 0
(National Stadium: Reporter EMONI NARAWA)
3 points: Apisai Smith (Rewa) - the lanky striker showed skills and completed a hat-trick for the Tigers. Could have scored more goals.
2 points: Pranil Chand (Rewa) - scored a double and played perfectly in midfield. Has great vision and distributed the ball well.
1 point: Peniame Drova (Rewa) - was strong in defence and also attacked Nadroga's defensive line whenever he had possession.
LAUTOKA 4 NAVUA 0
(Churchill Park: Reporter ZANZEER SINGH)
3 points - Maika Waqa (Lautoka) - the veteran player making a return after a lapse of eight years showed he still has a lot to offer. Set up two goals and should be a threat during the upcoming Fiji FACT
2 points - Pene Erenio (Navua) - a robust defender who worked overtime. It is unfortunate that he has been left out of the national training squad.
1 point - Alvin Avinesh (Lautoka) - made a strong return for the Blues after a stint with Labasa. A skilful midfielder who has a lot of understanding with the defenders and attackers.
SUVA 3 SAVUSAVU O
(Ganilau Park: Reporter SERAFINA SILAITOGA)
3 points - Ralph Sherwin (Suva) - outstanding soccer skills, fast with good vision.
2 points - Ezekiel Edewor (Savusavu) - always on the attack and tried hard to score for Savusvavu
1 point - Luke Haatera (Suva) - fast player, very good all around the park.
Here's how they stand in The Fiji Times Best and Fairest Player chart. 14 points: Pene Erenio (Navua); 13 points: Ralph Sherwin (Suva); 10 points: Simione Tamanisau (Lautoka); 8 points: Apisai Sesewa (Labasa) 7 points: Pranil Chand (Rewa). 6 points: Lorima Dau (Rewa) 5 points: Jale Vota (Tavua); 4 points: Maika Waqa (Lautoka), Avinesh Waran Swamy (Ba), Epeli Loaniceva (Rewa), Epeli Saukuru (Rewa); Kamal Hassan (Lautoka), Nalinesh Reddy (Labasa); 3 points: Apisai Smith (Rewa), Dave Radregai (Lautoka); Jonas Nacewa (Tavua); Vereti Dickson (Nadi); Samuela Vula (Suva); Malakai Tiwa (Ba), Khahir Khan (Savusavu), Filipo Daugunu (Labasa), Joseph Mishra (Suva); Kitione Kamikamion (Savusavu); 2 points: Sedrick Dutt (Suva): Arvindra Naidu (Lautoka); Ratu Veresa Toma (Nadi); Uraia Loki (Nadi); Emori Ragata (Suva); Waisea Drauna (Labasa); Marika Madigi (Ba), Ratu Josefa Dugucagi (Nadi), Henry Dyer (Labasa), Jesoni Takala (Navua); Mohammed Saiyaz (Savusavu); Marika Rodu (Rewa), Eliki Ravosai (Nadi), Amit Kanhaiya (Labasa), Ezekiel Edewor (Savusavu).
1 point: Wallace Bali (Nadroga); Pritesh Singh (Labasa); Samuela Namenia (Tavua); Vinit Singh (Nadroga), Osea Vakatalesau (Ba), Iosefo Verevou (Rewa), Joshua Wilson (Suva), Nathan Shivam (Suva), Beniamino Mateinaqara (Nadi); Taione Kerevanua (Labasa), Sheik Moshin (Navua), Edward Justin (Lautoka), Peniame Drova (Rewa), Alvin Avinesh (Lautoka), Luke Haatera (Suva).