Key Stats from Round 21
Kruise Leeming made 41 tackles and 114 passes in only 72 minutes
Huddersfield Giants picked up a much-needed two points, hooker, Kruise Leeming was instrumental in that victory he scored a try and made two assists. Leeming made 41 tackles and 114 passes in only 72 minutes, averaging a pass or tackle 2.15 times a minute.
Salford Red Devils’Joey Lussick has been one of the key performers in their side, he made 39 tackles and 77 passes in 58 minutes, averaging a pass or tackle 2 times a minute. His team mates Gil Dudson and Greg Burke made 89 tackles between them.
Wigan Warriors’ Liam Farrell scored two tries and made an assist, he also made an impressive 180 metres and 27 tackles. Joe Bullock was four metres behind Farrell, he made 176 metres in only 34 metres.
Leeds Rhinos gained a crucial two points to go clear of the relegation zone, James Donaldson made 22 tackles in 23 minutes, Brad Dwyer made the most tackles in Leeds’ side with 38 tackles.
Paul McShane made 82 passes and 34 tackles in only 60 minutes, averaging a pass or tackle 1.93 times a minute. His Castleford Tigers team mate James Clare made the 165 metres and scored two tries.
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James Bentley came into the St Helens squad to replace injured hookers, James Roby and Aaron Smith, he made the most tackles in the side with 41. Tommy Makinson is still Super League’s top metre maker, he only made 97 metres against London but Makinson averages 148.84 metres a game.
Danny Houghton remains at the top of the Super League top tackler standings, he made 48 tackles for Hull FC against Saints, he averages 48.83 tackles a game.
Luke Yates made 39 tackles, he’s currently made 848 tackles in Super League the second most, he currently averages 42.4 tackles a game.
In the same game, Warrington Wolves’ Jake Mamo made 219 metres averaging 99.9 metres a game this season.
Jodie Broughton scored a hat-trick for Catalans Dragons in only his second game back from injury, he also made the most metres in the Catalans side (125). Ben Garcia made the most tackles 36.
Joe Arundel was the only player Wakefield Trinity to make over 100 metres, he made 101 metres, Craig Kopczak made the most tackles (33) for Wakefield.