Finnigan is joined in the Premier Sports Team of the Week by fellow Centurion Stuart Littler.
A top five will then be formed for the individual award, with the points awarded counting towards the Championships’ Player of the Year accolade.
The weekly awards will also see a team performance and try of the round selected, while inclusion in the Premier Sports Team of the Week will count towards the end of season selections for the two competitions.
Championship Player of the Year
Brown followed up his Player of the Week display in Week One with another involved performance, earning praise from his coach Glenn Morrison.
Player of the Week points after Week Four
5 points – Simon Finnigan (Leigh Centurions)
4 points – Aaron Brown (Dewsbury Rams)
3 points – Kyle Briggs (Featherstone Rovers)
2 points – Mitchell Stringer (Sheffield Eagles)
1 point – Paul Handforth (Halifax)
Player of the Year Table
1 Aaron Brown (9 points)
2 Miles Greenwood (8 points)
3 Peter Green (7 points)
4 Dave Houghton (6 points)
5 Simon Finnigan (5 points)
6 Lee Waterman (4 points)
7 Steve Crossley (3 points)
Jack Bussey (3 points)
Liam Finn (3 points)
Kyle Briggs (3 points)