Australia narrowly missed out on their second Cup final win of the 2018 world series in Singapore after a last gasp try from Fiji but a player who walked away with silverware for the third time this year was Ben O'Donnell.
The 22-year-old, who made his debut back in Dubai last year, finished up the HSBC Singapore Sevens as the DHL Impact Player award winner with an impressive 54 points. O'Donnell previously won the award in Las Vegas and Sydney and has proved himself to be a true all-rounder on the world stage.
The category in which he was almost untouchable in Singapore was carries, making a total of 33, 11 more than any other player in the top 10 performers. Combined with his 11 tackles, six breaks and four offloads, the young Australian was too hot to handle in a sweltering Singapore Stadium.
Elsewehere in the top 10, gold medallist in Singapore Waisea Nacuqu took second place on 50 points, followed closely by USA's Ben Pinkelman on 49.
Overall in the DHL Performance Tracker for the series, with two rounds left it's Canada's powerful back Justin Douglas leading with 324 points from eight rounds. O'Donnell sits in second overall on 313, followed closely by Fjii's Eroni Sau on 305.
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