Intrust Super Cup - 2020

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Bears the best team so far just too strong and Stone being back will be a major boost- just keeps them moving and no change.

Souths showed massive improvement in organisation and defence, even though they lost.

Jets defence was strong but attack clunky- Humphreys excellent, Neale fantastic.
 

Big Pete

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For years they've been including fantasy scores in the stat sheet since it's based on the same system as the NRL website. Since they're basically going to waste, I thought it'd be worth keeping track of each week.

1. Terry Wapi (PNG Hunters) - 72
2. Greg Leleisiauo (Burleigh Bears) - 60
3. Vaea Vaea (Souths Logan Magpies) - 62
4. Fetuli Talanoa (Tweed Heads Seagulls) - 43
5. Paul Ulberg (Norths Devils) - 60
6. Caleb Daunt (Easts Tigers) - 50
7. Jamal Fogarty (Burleigh Bears) - 113
8. Jordan Grant (Redcliffe Dolphins) - 57
9. Reuben Cotter (Mackay Cutters) - 80
10. Nat Neale (Ipswich Jets) - 66
11. Brendan Frei (Norths Devils) - 89
12. Temone Power (Townsville Blackhawks) - 63
13. Tom Gilbert (Townsville Blackhawks) - 62

It's just a different way to look at the competition and paints a different picture to the one on the QRL website.

NSW Cup by comparison.

1. Daine Laurie (Penrith Panthers) - 59
2. George Jennings (Parramatta Eels) - 69
3. Tevita Funa (Blacktown Sea Eagles) - 57
4. Tommy Talau (Western Suburbs Magpies) - 64
5. Tui Katoa (Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs - 42
6. Tyran Wishart (St George Illawarra Dragons) - 67
7. Jock Madden (Western Suburbs Magpies) - 62
8. Adam Tuimavave-Gerrard (Warriors) - 73
9. Tom Starling (Mounties) - 105
10. Daniel Alvaro (Parramatta Eels) - 83
11. Keaon Koloamatangi (South Sydney Rabbitohs) - 56
12. Kai O'Donnell (Mounties) - 58
13. Sam McIntyre (Western Suburbs Magpies) - 58
 
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Big Pete

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I've been jonesing for some lower grades so I've been tallying the 2019 fantasy scores and put together a team of the year. I decided to limit it to the regular season to mimic Supercoach.

2019 Fantasy Team of the Year
1. Edene Gebbie - 1028 points (57.1 average)
2. BJ Aufaga-Toomaga - 977 points (42.5 average)
3. Izaia Perese - 948 points (55.8 average)
4. Chris Lewis - 932 points (44.4 average)
5. Paul Ulberg - 886 points (40.3 average)
6. Lindon McGrady - 947 points (41.2 average)
7. Jamal Fogarty - 1316 points (57.2 average)
8. Nat Neale - 1079 points (46.9 average)
9. Harry Grant - 1388 points (73.1 average)
10. Jordan Grant - 1032 (44.9 average)
11. Kalolo Saitaua - 1113 points (48.3 average)
12. Jamie Hill - 1095 points (49.8 average)
13. Sam Coster - 948 points (43.1 average)

Honarable Mention - Mitch Cronin (Hooker) 1115 points (48.5 average)

That's going by Supercoach rules where the line between positions is blurred. If we were stricter the team would resemble...

1. Edene Gebbie - 1028 points (57.1 average)
2. Paul Ulberg - 886 points (40.3 average)
3. Izaia Perese - 948 points (55.8 average)
4. BJ Aufaga-Toomaga - 977 points (42.5 average)
5. Herbie Farnworth - 749 points (49.9 average)
6. Billy Walters - 761 points (50.7 average)
7. Jamal Fogarty - 1316 points (57.2 average)
8. Nat Neale - 1079 points (46.9 average)
9. Harry Grant - 1388 points (73.1 average)
10. Jordan Grant - 1032 (44.9 average)
11. Chris Lewis - 932 points (44.4 average)
12. Temone Power - 925 points (40.2 average)
13. Tom Gilbert - 945 points (43 points)

Funny how none of the backrow managed to make it. Gilbert benefitted being a lock forward specialist playing the entire season in one position. Meanwhile Saitaua largely came off the bench, Hill played everywhere in the middle including dummy half and Coster also played a few a games at dummy half giving Gilbert the edge. Similarly Hamilton had more overall points than Walters, but he had a couple of games at fullback which just gave Walters the edge.

Best Players For Each Club
Burleigh Bears: Jamal Fogarty - 1316 points
Central Capras: Jamie Hill - 1095 points
Easts Tigers: Sam Lavea - 776 points
Ipswich Jets: Nat Neale - 1079 points
Mackay Cutters: Jordan Kenworthy - 890 points
Northern Pride: Tom Hancock - 889 points
Norths Devils: Jack Ahearn - 896 points
PNG Hunters: Moses Meninga - 747 points
Redcliffe Dolphins: Jordan Grant - 1032 points
Souths Logan Magpies: Shaun Fensom - 891 points
Sunshine Coast Falcons: Harry Grant - 1388 points
Townsville Blackhawks: Tom Gilbert - 945 points
Tweed Head Seagulls: Lindon McGrady - 947 points
Wynnum Manly Seagulls: Mitch Cronin - 1115 points

Also did a quick squiz of the Broncos 2018 season. Anthony Milford was the Broncos best at 1234 points albeit I think a lot of those points were accrued by his increased kicking duties. I also had a look at the first season where they really began to keep track of the points consistently and while I think they were missing the odd stat count, Ben Hunt on 1392 points with an average of 55.7 seems about right.

Anyways, this turned out to be a handy little reference tool. I also found it helped me keep track of how the affiliate players are going and where they are in their development. In cases like Niu, he had the odd promising game, but largely struggled for impact. Similar deal with Paix, Riki, Cooper Johns and a few of the Cowboys affiliates.
 

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