Tommy Makinson has been added to the long-list for the Rugby League International Federation Golden Boot.
The award recognises the players who have produced the most outstanding performances in international games throughout the year.
After the weekend’s games, five names have been added to the men’s list and one to the women’s list.
Alongside Tommy, John Bateman and Elliott Whitehead have been shortlisted.
Kiwi players Shaun Johnson and Dallin Watene-Zelezniak have also been included on the long-list that includes Tonga’s Jason Taumololo and Sio Siua Taukeiaho as well as Australia’s Valentine Holmes, James Tedesco and Boyd Cordner.
England’s Georgina Roche has also been nominated to be the inaugural Women’s Golden Boot winner.
She joins New Zealand star Honey Hireme and Australians Isabelle Kelly, Ali Brigginshaw and Brittany Breayley.
The panel, drawn from the rugby league media in both hemispheres will meet again on Sunday November 4 to select the final shortlists.
The RLIF Golden Boot 2018 will then be awarded to the winners at a special dinner at Elland Road, Leeds on November 7.